The Ministry of Industry of Belarus completes pilot projects to provide the republic with electric transport

The Ministry of Industry has started the final stage of implementing pilot projects to provide the regions of Belarus with electric transport.

Pilot projects to provide electric transport are being implemented in 2023-2024 in Zhodino (the Minsk region) and Shklovsky district (the Mogilev region) with the participation of two domestic manufacturers of passenger vehicles: MAZ JSC is the management company of BELAVTOMAZ Holding and Management Company of Belkommunmash Holding JSC.

According to the document, 14 MAZ electric buses are being delivered to Zhodino, 15 Belkommunmash electric buses - to the Shklovsky district. In order to create the necessary charging infrastructure, 17 charging stations are planned in Zhodino and the Shklovsky district.

The customers of pilot projects are: for the city of Zhodino – the Minsk Regional Executive Committee; for the Shklovsky district – the Mogilev Regional Executive Committee.

NAPI (National Industrial Information Agency)

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