Be eco and pay less!

Energa-Obrót S.A. is soon going to introduce a carsharing service for companies located in Olivia Business Centre.

The service will provide the registered companies’ employees with the opportunity
of a short-term electric car rental.


About the service

We present a new and innovative service of EV carsharing designed for Olivia Business Centre residents.
Employees of the companies which sign a contract with Energa-Obrót S.A. will be able to use our cars and see what transport revolution is.

Using the service positively influences the corporate image, decreases costs of employees’ mobility and forms an alternative to traditional means of transport.

The users will have at their disposal the newest models of electric cars.

The service will provide a free of charge access to ENERGA Network of EV charging points.

Rent an electric car

How it works



Company signs a carsharing service contract



Its employees get their accounts in the system and agree to the terms of use



Given the account details you can book a car



Use the car.
In order to locate ENERGA Network of EV charging points use the map.
Enjoy being a member of the “Emobility community”.
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Knowledge base

Electric car technical specification
  • Average energy consumption - about 16 kWh / 100 km
  • Average cost of covering 100 km: 16 kWh x about 0.75 zł/kWh = about 12 zł / 100 km
  • Battery capacity falls between 16 - 90 kWh. EV average battery capacity is about 24 kWh. One should note that along technology development the manufacturers equip new models with batteries of bigger capacities.
  • The range of a fully charged car (24 kWh battery:
    • estimate about 150 km
    • real 100 - 120 km (depends on the use of air-conditioning, heating, manner of driving and other factors)
  • Charging time:
    • about 30-40 minutes (from 30% to 80%) - fast charging
    • about 6-8 hours (from 30% to 95%) - semi-fast charging
  • Servicing:
    • brake pads and discs wear – at a several times lower rate (regenerative braking)
    • lack of some of the installation elements, i.e. lubrication system, engine cooling system – less complicated vehicle construction and reduced number of faults
    • maintenance-free battery – quick inspection once a year
  • EV purchase prices are still higher than those of similar petrol engine vehicles. On the other hand, individual governments more and more often subsidize EVs purchases. The subsidies do not only come down to direct incentives for the purchase but also include tax reliefs, abolishing parking fees and the right to use bus lanes.

    Decreasing costs of EV technology resulting from its rising accessibility is yet another reason for optimism. We may expect that with time EV prices will be falling.
Electric car driving school
    In principle electric car is ecological - it does not emit exhaust and does not make noise in the place it is used. It might seem nothing more can be done to improve its ecological character. But ecology can combine with economy - by using economical driving technique, EV can become even more environmentally-friendly. The aim of ecological driving is to maximally reduce the electric energy consumption in relation to the distance covered. The savings may reach as much as 15-20% of the energy and costs to be covered. This will also reflect in lower pollution levels generated by power plants. What is important when ECO driving?
    1. A less experienced driver should change the driving mode to ECO - a mode available in each EV car set to facilitate economic driving.
    2. A more experienced driver can drive without the ECO mode on and also get good results - using the ECO mode for a longer time develops the habit of economical driving. This also works for driving petrol engine vehicles.
    3. While driving the windows should be closed. Instead you may use vents, ventilators or air conditioning (which consumes some energy). Open windows mean visibly increased air drag and energy consumption (bigger than with the air conditioning on).
    4. Your speed should be limited to the economical driving speeds, usually 80-90 km/h, when air drag is the lowest.
    5. Try to predict the drivers in front of you so that they do not make you accelerate and brake repeatedly - keep your distance quite big and safe from the car ahead of you. Do not worry when other drivers force their way in front of you - city driving takes culture and calmness.
    1. While driving try to maintain a constant speed - frequent accelerating means big energy consumption needed to accelerate the big mass of a car.
    2. You can brake both smoothly or rapidly - the car’s motor easily regains energy while braking (the more rapid the braking, the more powerful effect of energy regaining) - the car will start to use the brake pads only at the lowest speeds.
    3. You should not accelerate quickly when driving uphill since it makes vehicles consume a lot of energy.
    4. Driving downhill, when the car accelerates on its own (especially above the recommended speed) gently push down on the brake pedal - the car will be regaining energy and charge the batteries without wearing the brake pads.
    5. Do not use roof rucks - if possible use the trunk.
    6. Keep the tires in good technical condition and check your tire pressure - even the slightest decrease in pressure can significantly increase the rolling resistance and energy consumption (even 10%).
    7. Regularly monitor the levels of energy consumed on the vehicle’s board computer display. After you have covered a couple of kilometers you will easily notice an increase or decrease in the number of kWh/100 km and interrelate it with your driving style. This will help you draw conclusions for future reference.
Charging of electric cars

We invite electric car users to use ENERGA Network of EV charging points.
In order to charge your car, you need an access card you will receive when renting the vehicle.
Questions and answers regarding charging of electric cars