(read part one here)

The key results that the Ministry of Infrastructure aims to achieve under the project are:

“Developing an approach to establish a European e-mobility unique identification (ID) code system. These ID codes would uniquely identify the charging operators and e-mobility service providers at EU level, for the purpose of identifying the contract, charging station, charging provider. "

"Developing an approach to establish a common ID code database that will allow information to be exchanged between Member States and ensure that no duplication of codes occurs, obtaining missing information on electric and hydrogen filling stations (optional for other alternative fuels) and ensuring that all information is made available through national contact points (in accordance with ITS Directive 2010/40 / EU)." 

"Developing a strategy for the long-term collection of the above-mentioned data."

"The ultimate goal, however, is to raise consumer awareness of existing recharging infrastructure, the availability of alternative fuels, thus increasing their use and to support structured market development through a common approach at EU level." 

"It is crucial for the successful implementation of the project that we ensure stakeholder involvement in the provision of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (we will do the same for other alternative fuels)."

"In the first phase, we want to ensure at the Ministry of Infrastructure that key data on all public charging stations are collected in one place at the national level," the ministry said.

Shortly after the start of the project, the Ministry of Infrastructure began collecting data on charging stations from charging infrastructure operators, organized a national workshop to present the project and collect proposals for improvements and intensively worked with foreign project partners to jointly define the following terminology for charging infrastructure. 

POOL: A charging infrastructure - a place where one or more electricity charging stations are available to users. 

CHARGING STATION: An electrical assembly in one enclosure, which is fixed to the mains, with one or two e-charging points.

CHARGING POINT: A spot on a charging station with one or more sockets that allows one EV to be charged at a time.

Currently, the emphasis is on collecting data on the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. In the future, the Ministry plans to place data on public and semi-public charging infrastructure for electric bicycles and other alternative fuels.