The “Monaco On” network makes charging electric vehicles even more effective, accessible and available to the greatest number of users, the Government said on Wednesday, March 30, and this is set to grow.
Green vehicles now represent more than 11 percent of registered vehicles, and the network of charging terminals is still growing.
It is with this in mind that the Prince’s Government continues to expand its network of Monaco On terminals, which are still free of charge after two years in operation.
A total of 30 terminals are now available – each accommodating two vehicles, with 21 installed in the last year. All Monaco residents are now within 250 metres of a free public charging point. Projects planned for 2022 will further increase availability.
A terminal in the street can allow up to 16 daily recharges and Monaco On totalled nearly 120,000 top-ups in 2021. However, the department responsible for the service is appealing to users to leave the charging bay once the battery is sufficiently recharged. A space reserved for charging an electric or hybrid vehicles cannot be considered like a parking space and everyone’s support is needed.
There is a a real-time map to consult for those looking for free charging points.