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Significant Growth in BEV Registrations and Charging Infrastructure in Poland as of March 2024

AUTOMOTIVESignificant Growth in BEV Registrations and Charging Infrastructure in Poland as of March 2024
  • As of the end of March 2024, the total number of registered fully electric vehicles (BEVs) in Poland was 62,657 units.
  • The number of publicly accessible charging points last month increased to 6,490.
  • In March 2024, the share of BEV listings in the total number of used vehicle listings on the OTOMOTO portal was 1.1%.
  • The Polish EV Outlook Index (PEVO Index) is a monthly compilation of key data and statistics from the e-mobility sector in Poland.

Electric Vehicles

At the end of March 2024, the fleet of passenger, delivery, and heavy-duty fully electric vehicles (BEVs) in Poland numbered 62,657 units. The passenger BEV fleet consisted of 56,374 units (+61% year-over-year), and the number of new vehicle registrations of this type was 1,705 units (+11% year-over-year). By the end of March 2024, the fleet of fully electric delivery and heavy-duty vehicles had increased to 6,283 units (+68% year-over-year). The fleet of hydrogen FCEVs numbered 201 units (+25% year-over-year). The most popular new BEV models in March 2024 were the Tesla Model 3 (388 units sold), Tesla Model Y (236 units), and Volvo EX30 (125 units). Tesla, Audi, and Volvo were the top brands. The BEV market share of new passenger cars in March 2024 was 3.4%.

Charging Infrastructure

In Poland, by the end of March 2024, there were 6,490 (+37% year-over-year) publicly accessible charging points, including 4,680 AC (+30% year-over-year) and 1,810 DC (+60% year-over-year). In March, 152 new points were activated. Chargers with a power up to 22 kW (64%) had the largest share in Poland’s charging infrastructure network, but the number of fast DC stations exceeding 50 kW is growing very dynamically. By the end of March 2024, EV drivers in Poland could use 780 such devices. The “PEVO Index” also includes information on cities with the best-developed infrastructure for zero-emission vehicles. Warsaw led (621 points in March 2024), followed by Gdańsk (279), Szczecin (222), Poznań (211), and Kraków (202). The number of points along the TEN-T network at the end of March 2024 was 681, marking a 19% increase year-over-year.

Used Zero-Emission Vehicle Market

The “PEVO Index” also includes data on the secondary e-mobility market in our country. At the end of March 2024, the number of used BEV listings on the OTOMOTO portal was 4,335. This represents a 76% increase year-over-year. The share of fully electric vehicle listings in the total number of used vehicle listings was 1.1%. These listings accounted for 0.7% of all views on the OTOMOTO portal. The most popular BEV models in the Polish secondary e-mobility market were the Nissan Leaf (356 listings in March 2024 with an average price of 68,329 PLN), BMW i3 (283 listings with an average price of 84,943 PLN), and Tesla Model 3 (179 listings with an average price of 148,202 PLN).

The “Polish EV Outlook” is the most important and comprehensive analysis of the zero-emission transport market in Poland. For five years, PSPA has presented a cross-sectional picture of the market for passenger, delivery, and heavy-duty electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, EV buyer demographics, legislative changes, and the impact of e-mobility on the energy sector. The “PEVO Index” is a monthly version of the “Polish EV Outlook” that provides updated key data contained in the full report, presented in an accessible, infographic form.

Data for the “PEVO Index” are provided by: PSPA, IBRM Samar, and OTOMOTO.

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