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The Growth of Electric Vehicles in Poland: A 2023 Review

AUTOMOTIVEThe Growth of Electric Vehicles in Poland: A 2023 Review

As of the end of 2023, there were a total of 56,934 fully electric vehicles (BEV) registered in Poland. The number of publicly accessible charging points increased by more than a third, totaling to 1513. The number of used BEV listed for sale saw a 2.5 times increase in 2023. 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

By the end of 2023, Poland’s fleet of passenger, delivery, and heavy-duty electric cars numbered 56,934 units. The BEV passenger car park comprised 51,125 units (+68% YoY) and saw 1707 new vehicle registrations in December 2023, recording an increase of 39% YoY. A significant increase was also noted in the segment of fully electric delivery and heavy-duty vehicles, whose fleet increased to 5809 units (+89% YoY). In 2023, BEVs constituted 3.6% of the new private car market. The most popular, newly registered BEV passenger models in December 2023 were the Tesla Model Y (288 units sold), Tesla Model 3 (131 units) and Mazda MX-30 (68 units). At the forefront of brands were Tesla, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW.

Charging Infrastructure

The infrastructure sector also noted a significant increase within the last 12 months. In 2023, the number of available charging points increased by 1513, totaling to 5933 (+37% YoY). Chargers of up to 22 kW held a 66% share of Poland’s charging infrastructure network. However, the number of fast DC stations exceeding 50 kW has been growing dynamically. By the end of 2023, EV drivers in Poland could use 575 such devices. Warsaw topped the list of cities with the most developed infrastructure for zero-emission vehicles (590 points in December 2023), followed by Gdańsk (265), Szczecin (220), Poznań (199), and Kraków (194).

Used Zero-Emission Vehicle Market

The Polish EV Outlook (PEVO Index) also shares data on the popularity of used electric cars. At the end of 2023, the number of used BEV listed on the OTOMOTO website was 3579, an increase of 150% YoY. The most popular used BEV models in Poland in 2023 were Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, and Tesla Model S.

The “Polish EV Outlook” is the most important comprehensive analysis of the zero-emission transportation market in Poland. Launched 5 years ago, PSPA’s report provides a detailed overview of the electric car market, charging infrastructure, EV buyer structure, legislative changes, and e-mobility’s impact on the energy sector. The “PEVO Index” is a monthly version of the “Polish EV Outlook,” including constantly updated key data presented in a concise, infographics format.

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

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