Kyiv, February 9, 2022: Shell in Ukraine is pleased to share that another 8 EV charging modules were recently installed at its fuel sites in cooperation with YASNO. Among them are 1 more high-speed DC station with a capacity of 53 kW and 7 - AC with a capacity of 22 kW.  With those new charging stations, Shell in Ukraine can offer EV charging services already at 10% of its network.

The new EV charging modules have been installed at petrol stations in Kyiv:

  • Liubomyr Husar Av., 5.

and in Kyiv oblast:

  • Kyiv-Sviatoshyno region, Sofiyivska Borshchahivka v, Soborna Street, 87;
  • Kyiv-Sviatoshyno region,Vito-Poshtova village council, Kyiv-Odesa highway, 21 km+507.
  • Brovary region, Velykodymerska village council, Kyiv-Chernihiv-Novi Yarylovychi highway, 41 km;
  • Brovary region, Knyazhytska village council, Pivnichno-Skhidnyy Obkhid, 20 km;
  • Boryspil region, Chubynske v., Kyyivska Street, 37;
  • Boryspil region, Hora v., Boryspilska Street, 2;
  • Obukhiv region, Pidhirtsi v., Stolychne Shose Street, 30.

Prior to that, customers had the opportunity to use five high-speed charging stations located at the company’s fuel sites on the Kyiv-Odesa, Kyiv-Kharkiv, and Kyiv-Lviv highways, as well as at the sites in Kyiv and Kharkiv.

Both CHAdeMo, CCS Combo2, and Type2 ports are available at high-speed charging stations, while at medium-power AC stations, Type2 port is available.

The duration of charging depends on many factors, such as; equipment power, car model, air temperature. For example, it takes 30 – 40 minutes to recharge the battery power of Hyundai Ioniq from 0 to 80%, which is approximately enough for 100-125 km of mileage through the DC port, while through the AC port it would take approximately more than 3 hours.

"We are delighted to share this great news on sustainability progression, as we strive to create opportunities for drivers looking for cleaner and more sustainable solutions. In addition, Shell is proud to be part of the EV infrastructure development of the electric mobility in Ukraine," said Peter Kerekgyarto, General Director of Shell Retail Ukraine. 

“YASNO is constantly expanding its portfolio of “green” solutions for customers. In particular, we are developing infrastructure for electric vehicles and offering charging equipment for home and corporate use. The YASNO E-mobility network already has 33 high-speed and 15 accelerated stations within the largest Ukrainian cities and on key highways. In addition, recently, we have updated the mobile application to make the charging process even more comfortable. It is vital that together with such responsible partners, such as Shell, we contribute to the development of electric mobility and decarbonization,” added Oleksandr Onyschenko, Director of Development for the Electricity, Gas, and Energy Efficiency Solutions Suppliers at YASNO.


Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with 83,000 employees in more than 70 countries. The company uses advanced technologies and take an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future. Shell also invests in power, including from low-carbon sources such as wind and solar; and new fuels for transport, such as advanced biofuels and hydrogen.


Shell Retail business entered the Ukrainian market in 2007. Since then, Shell-branded fuel sites network has been operated by Royal Dutch Shell. Shell Retail Ukraine is a part of the Central and Eastern European cluster of Shell Downstream. Shell in Ukraine employs around 1 500 people.

To date, the network of Shell-branded fuel sites consists of 132 stations in 20 oblasts of Ukraine, offering its customers high-quality motor fuel products, including Shell V-Power fuel, diesel & LPG, as well as a solid range of Convenience Retailing goods, tasty food & beverages products. In an effort to meet the expectations of a growing number of Ukrainian electric vehicle owners, Shell in cooperation with YASNO installed electric vehicle charging modules at 10% of its fuel sites.