261 charging stations installed in Portugal; 1,350 coming soon
Technically, Mobi.E is the "Portuguese electric mobility consortium," which basically means that it's more or less a conglomerate of local governments, utilities and organizations with a shared interest in advancing the deployment of plug-in vehicles, including two-wheelers.
Mobi.E say that by June of 2012, some 1,300 public-use, Level 2 charging points will be installed across Portugal and that at least 50 DC quick-charge stations will eventually be installed too. Once all of the 1,350 chargers become operational, Mobi.E says that at no point in Portugal will a driver ever be more than 80 miles away from the nearest charging station. Imagine that! Read more about Mobi.E here. Hat tip to Marcos!
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