Estonia is the first country in the world constructing a charging network of electric cars. In 2012 country wide electrical vehicles charging grid was launched, currently including 167 public charging stations nationally. It is still the biggest national charging grid in Europe. In Tartu 11 public charging stations are available. As the usage of those stations is active in most of Estonia, it looks citizens of Tartu are the most active electric vehicle users in Estonia.

There are 167 quick chargers in Estonia. 102 quick chargers are in towns and 65 by roads. Out of larger towns, 38 quick chargers are in Tallinn, 11 in Tartu, 5 in Pärnu, 3 in Viljandi and 2 in Narva.