The increase in demand for electric vehicles (EVs) in Poland makes it crucial to develop charging infrastructure in parallel.

It is worth mentioning that the **Polish Association of New Mobility (PSNM)** reported the existence of **7.563 public charging points **in the territory by the end of **July 2024**, representing a **44 per cent year-on-year increase**, and even **308 **were inaugurated in that month.

Of these, **5.348 **were alternating current (AC) and **2.215 **direct current (DC) devices.

Regarding prices, it is important to note that each CPO determines the rates based on the cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh), parking fees, and fixed costs.

Which charging point operator (CPO) offers the most cost-effective rates in Poland? Below, **Mobility Portal Europe** provides the data.

## 1. ** Eleport**

**Eleport **offers the most competitive rates for electric vehicles.

In direct current (DC) stations, the rate is **1.99 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is equivalent to approximately **0.45** **euros** per kWh.

On the other hand, in alternating current (AC) stations, the rate is **1.59 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, equivalent to approximately **0.36** **euros** per kWh.

At DC stations, with a rate of **1.99 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost would be approximately **29.85 Polish Zlotys** (6.78 euros) for every 100 kilometers.

At AC stations, with a rate of **1.59 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost for every 100 kilometers would be approximately **23.85 Polish Zlotys** (5.43 euros).

## 2. Polenergia eMobility

**Polenergia eMobility** is the next CPO on the list with the most affordable rates.

At their AC stations, the price is **1.60 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, equivalent to approximately **0.36 euros**.

At DC hubs with a power of up to 100 kWh, the rate is **1.99 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is about **0.45 euros**.

Therefore, charging a car at alternating stations would cost around **24.00 Polish Zlotys** (**5.44 euros**) for every 100 kilometers, while at direct current stations, the cost would be approximately **29.85 Polish Zlotys** (**6.77 euros**) for the same distance.

## 3. GreenWay

**GreenWay** offers three tariff plans to its customers.

The first plan, called Maximum Energy, has a monthly fee of **79.99 Polish Zlotys** (approximately **18.20 euros**).

The rates per kWh in this plan are **1.60 Polish Zlotys** (**0.36 euros**) for AC devices and **2.10 Polish Zlotys** (**0.48 euros**) for DC devices.

In the Maximum Energy plan, the approximate cost would be **24 Polish Zlotys** (**5.46 euros**) for AC stations and **31.50 Polish Zlotys** (**7.16 euros**) for DC devices for every 100 kilometers.

The second plan, More Energy, has a monthly fee of **29.99 Polish Zlotys** (**6.83 euros**).

In this subscription, the rate per kWh on AC points is **1.75 Polish Zlotys** (**0.40 euros**), and on DC is **2.40 Polish Zlotys** (**0.55 euros**).

In the More Energy subscription, one would spend around **26.25 Polish Zlotys** (**5.99 euros**) on AC stations and **36 Polish Zlotys** (**8.22 euros**) on DC devices for every 100 kilometers.

The third membership, Standard Energy, has no monthly fee, and its rates per kWh are **1.95 Polish Zlotys** (**0.44 euros**) for AC and **3.15 Polish Zlotys** (**0.72 euros**) for DC.

In the Standard Energy plan, the cost would amount to **29.25 Polish Zlotys** (**6.67 euros**) on AC devices and **47.25 Polish Zlotys** (**10.76 euros**) on DC equipments for every 100 kilometers.

For single charges, the cost per kWh is **2.05 Polish Zlotys** (**0.47 euros**) on AC and **3.25 Polish Zlotys** (**0.74 euros**) on DC devices.

In this case, the cost would be **30.75 Polish Zlotys** (**7.01 euros**) for AC and 48.75 Polish Zlotys (11.10 euros) for DC devices for every 100 kilometers.

## 4. GO+

**GO+** offers affordable rates.

At alternating current (AC) stations, the price is **1.95 Polish Zlotys** per kilowatt-hour, which is equivalent to approximately **0.45 euros**.

At direct current (DC) stations, the rate is **2.45 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, equivalent to about **0.56 euros**.

At AC stations, the cost would be approximately **29.25 Polish Zlotys** (**6.64 euros**) for every 100 kilometers, while at DC stations, the cost would rise to **36.75 Polish Zlotys** (**8.34 euros**).

## 5. **Orlen**

The charging rates at **Orlen** vary depending on the type of connector and supplied power.

For AC devices, the rate is **1.95 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, approximately equivalent to **0.44 euros/kWh**.

For alternating current points, the cost would be approximately **29.25 Polish Zlotys** (6.64 euros) for every 100 kilometers.

For DC equipment, prices depend on the power.

For those with a capacity of up to 50 kilowatts, the rate is **2.69 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is approximately **0.61 euros/kWh**.

In this case, the cost would rise to **40.35 Polish Zlotys** (9.16 euros).

For those with a power exceeding 50 kilowatts and up to 125 kilowatts, the cost rises to **2.89 Polish Zlotys** per kWh (0.66 euros), resulting in an expense of **43.35 Polish Zlotys** (9.85 euros).

For those over 125 kilowatts, the rate is **3.19 Polish Zlotys** per kWh (0.72 euros), with the cost being **47.85 Polish Zlotys** (10.88 euros).

## 6. **Powerdot**

The prices for electric vehicles at **Powerdot** vary depending on the type of station and power.

In direct current (DC) stations with a power exceeding 100 kWh, the rate is **2.71 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is approximately **0.61 euros** per kWh.

This option allows drivers to recharge their vehicles quickly and efficiently, with a cost of **40.65 Polish Zlotys** (9.22 euros) for every 100 kilometers.

On the other hand, at alternating current (AC) stations, the rate is **1.91 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, approximately **0.43 euros** per kWh.

In this case, the cost for every 100 kilometers would be approximately **28.65 Polish Zlotys** (6.50 euros).

## 7. **Elocity**

Rates for alternating current (AC) stations range from **1.10** to **1.80 Polish Zlotys** per kWh (approximately **0.25** to **0.41 euros** per kWh).

Direct current (DC) devices have rates ranging from **2.00** to **2.30 Polish Zlotys** per kWh (0.45 to 0.52 euros per kWh).

AC types of equipment, with rates ranging from **1.10** to **1.80 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost per 100 kilometers would be between **16.50** and **27.00 Polish Zlotys** (3.75 to 6.14 euros).

At DC points, with rates ranging from **2.00** to **2.30 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost per 100 kilometers would be between **30.00** and **34.50 Polish Zlotys** (6.82 to 7.84 euros).

## 8. **Tauron**

The prices at **TAURON** network stations differ depending on the type of user and charging point type.

For unregistered users, the rate at alternating current (AC) devices is **1.79 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, equivalent to **0.40 euros**.

At direct current (DC) equipment, the rate is **2.31 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, approximately **0.53 euros**.

For registered customers, rates are lower.

At AC points, the rate is **1.59 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, equivalent to approximately **0.36 euros**, while for DC equipment, the rate is **1.99 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, corresponding to approximately **0.46 euros**.

For non-subscribed users, the value at AC points would result in a cost of approximately **26.85 Polish Zlotys** (6.09 euros) for every 100 kilometers, and at DC points, the cost would be **34.65 Polish Zlotys** (7.86 euros).

For subscribed customers, the rate on AC equipment would equate to a cost of **23.85 Polish Zlotys** (5.41 euros) for every 100 kilometers traveled.

In the case of DC points, the cost would rise to **29.85 Polish Zlotys** (6.77 euros).

## 9. **Ionity**

**Ionity** has expanded its range of tariff plans, moving from two to three options available to electric vehicle users.

The basic plan, known as **Ionity Direct**, does not require a subscription and is priced at **3.50 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is equivalent to **0.79 euros**.

The second subscription, **Ionity Passport Motion**, maintains the same parameters as before.

This plan has a monthly subscription fee of **28.50 Polish Zlotys**, equivalent to about **6.43 euros**, and the cost per kWh is **2.50 Polish Zlotys**, **0.56 euros**.

During the first month, the subscription fee is reduced to **19.99 Polish Zlotys**, which corresponds to about **4.51 euros**.

The third plan, **Ionity Passport Power**, offers a subscription fee of **51.50 Polish Zlotys** per month, that is, **11.61 euros**, and a reduced fee of **34.50 Polish Zlotys** during the first month, equivalent to about **7.78 euros**.

In this subscription, the price per kWh is **2.05 Polish Zlotys**, equivalent to **0.46 euros**.

## 10. **E.ON Drive**

The prices of **E.ON Drive** in Poland vary depending on the type of devices used for electric vehicles.

The average cost of E.ON Drive’s AC chargers in Poland is approximately **2.50 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is equivalent to about **0.57 euros**.

For E.ON Drive’s DC stations, the average cost of charging in Poland is around **4.00 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, which is equivalent to approximately **0.91 euros**.

So, at E.ON Drive’s AC points, with a rate of **2.50 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost would be approximately **37.50 Polish Zlotys** (8.53 euros) for every 100 kilometers.

At DC devices, with a rate of **4.00 Polish Zlotys** per kWh, the cost would rise to **60.00 Polish Zlotys** (13.64 euros).

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