Pure City has launched the first two charging stations for electric cars (4 charging points) in the Marywilska 44 shopping center in Warsaw, the company announced. Until the end of June Pure City plans to have a total of 50 electrostations, and by the end of 2023 no less than 100 electrostations throughout Poland.
“The first Pure City electrostations are already operational, confirming that our innovative business model combined with the competences of the team brings measurable results. In accordance with the assumptions, we are implementing a plan of dynamic development of the green network of electrostations, which by the end of 2025 is to cover 750 chargers throughout Poland, primarily in cities of 20 thousand residents. We are currently in talks with entities regarding contracts covering a total of over 400 locations throughout Poland. (…),” said President Wojciech Bieńkowski, quoted in the release.
By the end of June 2023, Pure City plans to have a total of 100 contracts signed for locations for electrostations and to implement 50 installations. By the end of the year, it plans to have no less than 100 charging stations throughout Poland. This is part of the plan that by the end of 2025 the green network of digital outdoor advertising media will consist of over 750 electrostations throughout Poland.
Previously, the company planned 50 stations by the end of 2022, and at the end of 2025 it was hoping for 1,000 points.
Pure City – the municipal network of electrostations is a network of charging stations for electric vehicles that are also carriers of digital outdoor advertising (DOOH). By the end of 2025, the network is to include over 1,000 electrostations in cities across Poland. Pure City’s technology partners are Elocity and elektroda.com. The investor is Freya Capital.