Although there are still some uncertainties and shortages in the new regulation, overall, the new regulation follows more closely the actual European and domestic market developments in allowing the separation of the operation of electric charging equipment and the provision of electromobility services.
Road to a competitive and resource-efficient transport system -
Further to the regulatory changes adopted by the Hungarian legislator in the domestic legal framework, the most important rules applicable to electromobility are no longer set out in the regulations pertaining to the electricity sector, but in Act I of 1988 on Public Transport (“Public Transport Act”) and in Government Decree 243/2019 (X.22.) on certain aspects of electromobility services (“Implementation Decree”).
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