Based on MOL Group's decades of experience in mobility and in line with MOL GROUP's ”2030+ Shape Tomorrow” strategy, we develop and maintain charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles (BEV or PHEV) across Central Eastern Europe. We both manage all customer related operations, service and business development and provide E2E technical solution.
Our expert colleagues provide comprehensive professional advice for the planning and implementation of the investment.
Full IT and technical support, Back-end system
Ensuring regular and ad-hoy maintenance and servicing
Ensuring 24-hour telephone and e-mail costumer service
A mobile application through which MOL Plugee's public charging network can also be used.
Providing services at sites, car parks or locations designated by you optionally using an RFID card
Access to our network covering 6 countries
Fleet function developed for companies
Use of MOL Group fuel card service
Continuous monitoring of development opportunities based on personalized needs
HEV – Hybrid Electric Vehicle:A vehicle primarily driven by an explosive engine in which the drive is also assisted by an electric motor (s).
PHEV – Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle:A hybrid vehicle whose batteries can be charged from an external source.
EV: Electric Vehicle:An electric vehicle that carries energy with a battery, can only be charged from an external source, does not contain an explosive engine, and is powered by purely electric motors.
EREV: Extended-Range Electric Vehicles:extended-range electric vehicles that is purely powered by electric motors, but the manufacturer also equipped it with a small gasoline engine optimized for power generation.
Wall charger:The wall charger cable is permanently connected, so all you have to do is plug it into your car.
AC charger:It means a more powerful 3.6-40 kW AC charger than wall chargers. Charging can be started automatically by connecting the charging cable, inserting RFID card, or using mobile application.
Fast Charger:Chargers with a capacity of more than 40 kW are called flash chargers in Hungarian terminology. These are typically direct current (DC) chargers, but there are also alternating current (AC) chargers.
Ultra-charger:Chargers with a capacity of more than 75 kW are called ultra-chargers. These are typically direct current (DC) chargers, but there are also alternating current (AC) chargers. Due to the small capacity of the in-car chargers built into the car, the performance of the latter can be used by few cars for the time being.