The network of public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations is growing rapidly in the Baltic States, ERR reports. Estonia has 0.57 EV charging stations, Latvia 2.38 stations, and Lithuania 0.93 stations for every 10 EVs registered. The total number of charging stations amounts to 311 in Estonia, 532 in Latvia, and 1,018 in Lithuania. Meanwhile, the number of new EVs registered so far in 2023 stands at 761 in Estonia, 1,015 in Latvia, and 1,186 in Lithuania. The most popular battery electric vehicle cars sold in the Baltic States include Dacia Spring, Kia Niro, Nissan Leaf, Skoda Enyaq, Tesla Model Y, and Volkswagen ID.4, according to the Baltic Business Quarterly.