Discussion in the framework of preparations for the Global e-Mobility Forum 2021, focused on the experiences of Polish participants in the electromobility market and their plans for the future – held online on April 28th 2021.


  • Rafał Czyżewski, CEO Greenway Polska
  • Kazimierz Karolczak, Chairman of the Board of the Górnośląska-Zagłębiowska Metropolia (Metropolis GZM)
  • Marcin Kopiczko, Manager of Electromobility and Transport Office, Logistics and Procurement Department, ENEA Operator Sp. z o.o.
  • Michał Małecki, Manager PwC Poland
  • Maciej Mazur, Managing Director PSPA


Alicja Pawłowska-Piorun PhD, NCCC / IEP-NRI


Currently in Poland there are 2780 public charging points, 22 000 EVs (BEV and PHEV) are registered. Nearly 20 percent of widely available stations are located in Mazovia.In Warsaw, a minimum of 1,000 charging points were planned – the city is about 680 charging points short of this goal. Cracow, on the other hand, fulfilled its obligations under the Act on electromobility and alternative fuels (AoE) in terms of building public charging points at the level of approx. 70 percent. Only Katowice has fulfilled its statutory obligation, i.e. the city provided 160 charging points – with 100 required.