Cyprus, also known as the Republic of Cyprus, is a Mediterranean island nation. Due to its geographic location and political relations, it is frequently regarded as being a part of both Southeast Europe and Western Asia. It is located south of the Anatolian Peninsula.
There are mainly two types: AC charging stations and DC fast chargers. Batteries can only be charged using direct current (DC) electricity; the majority of electricity is delivered from the power grid as alternating current (AC).
As a result, the majority of electric vehicles have an onboard charger and an AC-to-DC converter. An AC charging station supplies power to the onboard charger.
The Cyprus Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Wallbox Teams Up With Ekco Maximum Power In Cyprus. In Cyprus, demand for electric vehicles has already increased.
The Cyprus government promotes the purchase of electric vehicles through cash incentive programmes.
To address the rising demand for electric vehicle chargers in Cyprus, the shopping centre aimed to offer free electric charging stations to tourists.
Two electric vehicle charging stations were constructed at the Nicosia Mall’s outdoor parking lot thanks to a partnership between Wallbox and its Cyprus-based partner EKCO Maximum Power.
It’s amazing that Nicosia Mall is now Cyprus’s first shopping centre to have E-charger stations set up on its grounds.
This facility has increased consumer awareness by providing Wallbox stations for free on-site vehicle charging.
Many patrons have complimented the mall and praised it for its remarkable efforts to become more environmentally friendly.
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