The largest EV charging station in Greece with 50 chargers for simultaneous charging of electric vehicles operates on the ground floor of the car park building, as part of a cooperation among SNFCC, Natural Gas - Hellenic Energy Company and Petros Petropoulos AEBE.
The first phase of the project has begun with the operation of 24 charging points on the ground floor of the car park building of the SNFCC – including two chargers for people with disabilities-, while within 2024 the project will be completed with 50 charging points in total, all up to 22kW (AC).
In a joint effort to raise public awareness of the green transition, this new service operates on a 24-hour basis and is provided free of charge to visitors of the SNFCC for one year. Also the SNFCC visitors will get the chance to spend one weekend a month testing the capabilities of Range Rover's plug-in hybrid vehicles.
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You will need to go to the charging station which is located on the Ground Floor Parking. There, you will find the specially assigned parking spaces where you can charge your vehicle.
Before plugging your vehicle in, make sure it is turned off and parked at a reasonable distance for the connection.
You will need to use your own cable with Type 2 plug.
Usually, it is located on the side of the vehicle.
With the "Plug & Charge" function, once you connect your charging cable to your vehicle and the other end of the cable to the charger, charging starts immediately. On the charger screen you will see the indication “CHARGING” that confirms the start of the charging process.
To stop charging, simply unlock your vehicle. On the charger screen you will see the indication “CHARGING STOPPED”. Disconnect the cable from the vehicle and the charger. Before you start, make sure the charging port and protective lid are closed.
It is important to always ensure that your charging cable is not damaged and that your access to the charging station is not obstructed by other guests. In case your charging cable is damaged, please do not charge your vehiclewith it.
No, EV charging is provided free of charge for the first year of operation of the charging service. The charge for the SNFCC parking is based on the current price list.
No, at the moment the service is offered free of charge. To start charging, you just need to connect your vehicle to the charger with your charging cable.
Charging the PC is provided free of charge. The charge for parking at the SNFCC is based on the current price list.
The full charge time depends on the capacity of your battery and on the kilowatts (kW) the vehicle receives during charging and varies indicatively from 4 hours (Fiat 500e) to 12 hours (Volkswagen ID.4). The charging station is capable of delivering up to 22kW AC charging power.
The new EV charging service operates on a 24-hour basis like the SNFCC Parking. The service contact center operates Monday – Sunday 09.00 – 22.00.
There are 20 charging stations in the public zone and 2 charging stations for persons with disabilities.
Th SNFCC Parking price list applies.
The vast majority of pure electric and PHEV (Plug in) vehicles with a Type 2 charging port for AC charging.
Currently, it is not possible to reserve a charging place or parking spot in the SNFCC Parking.