Public charging posts in Brussels delayedWednesday, 10 April 2019 11:37
"They didn't take into account the network of Sibelga, the network operator. This resulted in the charging stations not connecting to the network at the chosen points. Together with the municipalities and supplier PitPoint, we are currently looking at where the new charging points can be placed," he added.
The delays will not take long to resolve. "We expect that they can be installed around May or June. If the region had been fully authorized, we would not have had to consult with each municipality individually, and it would have been faster," Dobbels said.
By the end of 2019, an additional 80 charging posts are planned to give the Brussels region a total of 100 public charging posts.
So far, there are still only four public charging points in Brussels.
The Brussels Times
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