Charging in town
is a piece of cake!
Can’t do without your car? Then go electric! To make the switch easier, the Brussels-Capital Region is launching electrify.brussels, a scheme to install electric vehicle charging points all over the city.
Decarbonising motorised transport in Brussels
We’re here to bring a breath of fresh air to Brussels and fight climate change at the same time! By switching to sustainable transport options, we can reduce emissions and halt the effects of climate change.
Electrify.brussels is the Region’s plan to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles, which are currently the least polluting technological alternative for motorists.
- Brussels already has 3742 public charging points.
- By 2035, that number will increase to 22,000.
- We’re aiming for every home in Brussels to be within 150 metres of a charging point by 2024.
[Context] A map of Belgium appears, highlighting the borders of the Brussels-Capital Region in the center.
The camera zooms in on the Brussels-Capital Region.
Smiling characters on bicycles and scooters appear, as well as a train and a car, all covered by a sun, birds and clouds.
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Charging stations appear.
A map of the Brussels-Capital Region shows the location of the electric charging points. These locatable points form circles around them.
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Logos of Electrify.brussels, Brussels Mobility, Brussels Environment, Sibelga