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The first Bulgarian petrol station chain with a charging station for electric vehicles

Dieselor is the first Bulgarian gas station chain that installs a charging station for electric vehicles on its site.

Dieselor has five petrol stations in the country - Sofia, Plovdiv, Stambolijski, Varna and Novi Pazar. The first station for electric vehicles Dieselor placed in the town of Novi Pazar.

"During our longstanding activity on the fuel market, we have always emphasized on flexibility, initiative and innovation! We appreciate the tendency for electric vehicles entering the Bulgarian market and we are ready to be part of the new technologies and to enjoy their benefits!", comments Dieselor. "This is exactly why we are starting to install charging stations at our gas stations."

With this, Dieselor is joining the electric car infrastructure of Elektromobili.bg. Users of such vehicles can quickly and easily locate charging locations using the convenient online locator and mobile application - VsichkoTok.bg.

Dieselor's petrol station in Novi pazar is at a very communicative place, providing comfort both for the residents of the town and the surrounding settlements, as well as for the traffic passing through the highway. In the pleasant atmosphere of an extensive coffee zone, drivers of electric vehicles will nicely wait to charge their cars.

By placing the first charging station at Dieselor's petrol station in Novi Pazar, the company once again proved its innovation and enthusiasm to develop and to satisfy the needs of the users and its customers.

"Although the number of electric vehicles in Bulgaria is still too small, the construction of a charging network is absolutely necessary," Dieselor shared. "It's a fact the automotive industry is already re-orienting towards electric cars and this process is inevitable."

Very soon one more of the sites of the chain will join the network of Elektromobili.bg stations and will also offer electric charging.

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