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RusHydro will connect the Far East with Moscow with the EZS network

RusHydro will connect the Far East with Moscow with the EZS network
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RusHydro is expanding its EZS network in the Far East and is going to connect the region with Moscow. At present, the company has launched 27 electric charging stations in the Far Eastern Federal District, in the future there will be 150 of them.

As the "Oxygen.LIFE", in July, the supply of electricity from RusHydro electric charging stations in the Far East amounted to 41 thousand kW * hours - this is the maximum since September 2019, when the EZS network appeared. Electric vehicles covered more than 2,3 million km, saving about 228 thousand liters of gasoline, which prevented the emission of about 500 tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, and hundreds of tons of various pollutants into the ground layer.

So far in Russia, according to various estimates, there are about 1-1,5 thousand electric power stations. RusHydro Group plans to develop its network in the Far East. About 40% of the entire electric vehicle fleet in Russia (more than four thousand electric vehicles) is concentrated here. EZS "RusHydro" are located in the capitals of the Khabarovsk, Kamchatka, Amur and Sakhalin regions, and in Primorye, except for Vladivostok, also in Ussuriisk, Artem, Nakhodka and Fokino. This year, it is planned to launch about 40 more fast electric stations so that electric cars can move between Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Birobidzhan and Nakhodka. Next year, the company plans to increase the number of its charging stations to 150, connecting all the key cities of the Far East.

In the future, RusHydro will connect Moscow and the Far Eastern Federal District by installing 80 EZS on federal highways with a maximum distance of 150 km between them. The company is guided by the fact that by the end of 2025 there will be about 200 thousand electric vehicles in the country, over 80 thousand of which will be in the Far East.

According to RusHydro, the cost of one Far Eastern EZS is 1,3 million rubles on average. Installation, commissioning and improvement works amount to about 600 thousand rubles more.

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