Israel’s Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure is funding the placement of 707 ultra-fast and high-speed (DC) vehicle charging stations on transportation routes and in central locations throughout the country.
The Fuel and Gas Administration of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure has confirmed the winner of the tender for the construction of fast and ultra-fast charging stations for electric cars. The ministry will allocate approximately 27.5 million shekels ($7 million) to 52 entrepreneurs across the country.
As part of the activity of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure for the widespread deployment of charging stations in Israel, 350 ultra-fast charging stations and 357 fast charging stations (DC) for electric cars will soon be established throughout the country.
Charging at an ultra-fast charging station in about 10 minutes will allow you to travel about 150-200 km. Charging at a fast charging station (DC) in about 30 minutes will allow you to travel about 150-200 km.
There are currently over 4,000 public charging stations in Israel, of which approximately 3,400 are slow and over 600 are fast.
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