The energy ministry has begun preparing a support facility, as part of the country’s recovery plan, for the development of electric vehicle recharging infrastructure.
A total of 220 million euros in recovery fund subsidies will be made available for the development of electric vehicle recharging infrastructure and replacement of public transportation buses covering the Athens and Thessaloniki areas.
The ministry’s subsidy plan for recharging stations will apply throughout Greece, covering locations such as airports, highways, as well as petrol stations.
The ministry has already agreed to receive support from JASPERS, a technical assistance facility prepared by the European Commission to help with preparations for major infrastructure projects.
According to sources, the ministry intends to announce the subsidy program in the second half of the year.