GO TO-U ensures seamless EV charging and is constantly working to make the EV charging experience comfortable, confident, and simple for every EV driver. Today, we are pleased to introduce you to one of the operators - Petrol d.d., which, in particular, provides EV charging in Croatia.
Petrol d.d. is a well-known oil and gas company from Slovenia, operating since 1947 and holding a leading position in the energy sector in the Balkans. In recent years, Petrol d.d. has been actively developing an EV charging stations network, expanding its activities in Slovenia and Croatia.
As of today, GO TO-U app provides access to 237 Petrol d.d. stations, located in cities, on highways, and roads of Croatia. Here you will find both standard 7-22 kW chargers and more powerful ones with a 50-120 kW capacity. In addition, the stations support various types of charging ports, including J1772, Type 2, CHAdeMO, and CCS Combo 2, ensuring wide compatibility with different brands and models of electric vehicles.
The GO TO-U app provides a unique Active Monitoring Function that allows you to track the status of Petrol d.d. charging stations in real-time, receiving notifications about the connector status change - "free/busy". You can monitor the status of up to three stations simultaneously, and monitoring can last up to 12 hours. This means that you will be able to effectively plan your route and charging session, saving time and ensuring seamless travel.
The GO TO-U app is your personal EV companion with charging station networks around the world. Our platform provides access to 330,000 charges at 17,500 locations in 64 countries. The app can be downloaded from the Play Market and App Store.
About GO TO-U
GO TO-U was founded in 2017 to accelerate transport decarbonization by making the experience of driving and charging electric vehicles simpler, more comfortable, and more accessible. At GO TO-U we put users at the center of GO TO-U software solutions for EV charging management and operations so we can create a seamless experience for both charge point operators and drivers.