Electromobility Programme (ELMO) infrastructure

Last updated: 30 August 2019
A public procurement won by automation and power technology firm ABB was organized by the Estonian state in 2011 for the purchase and management of the country’s ELMO quick charger network. The current procurement contract was signed through November 2017. The chargers are installed in urban areas with more than 5,000 inhabitants, and on major roads throughout the country, creating the highest concentration of DC chargers in Europe. On highways, the chargers are never more than 60 km (37 miles) apart, making it possible for electric vehicles to travel anywhere within the Baltic state without running out of power.

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