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Draft national Policy for Electric Vehicle Public Charging Infrastructure

OPEN CONSULTATION  

  
 
From: Ministry for Energy, Enterprise, and Sustainable Development
​Published on: ​25 August 2021
​Running till: ​25 September 2021
​Last Updated: ​25 August 2021
  
1.        Background

The national policy framework (NPF) of actions for the development of alternative fuels in the transport sector in Malta developed as part of the implementation of Directive 2014/94/EU provides measures for the achievement of a more environmentally sustainable transportation. The NPF considers electric vehicles to be a suitable and environmentally beneficial option for road transportation in malta. Electric vehicles may be charged using private charging infrastructure however, in terms of the Directive 2014/94/EU electric vehicles users should also have a non-discriminatory access to publicly accessible charging infrastructure. The Green Paper Towards Cleaner Vehicles on our Roads emphasises that the growth of charging infrastructure expansion is directly related to the development of electromobility and the uptake of electric vehicles. Currently in Malta there are 102 charging points available to the general public and there are plans to increase the number of these charging points.


2.        Documents

ELECTRIC CARS INFRASTRUCTURE DOC_rev1.pdfELECTRIC CARS INFRASTRUCTURE DOC.pdf
3.        Submission of input

Submissions must be sent in by 
email to chargingpillars.mesd@gov.mt​ ​and received by                  25 September 2021. 
                             
We thank you in advance for your input.
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