The paper contains a review of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Latvia. Electric vehicles are only gaining popularity in Latvia, but it is essential to develop the exploitation infrastructure, because without it, users can rely only on individually available resources. In March of 2012 there are only 10 public charging points in Latvia, 8 are in the capital Riga. The other two are within 50 km range from Riga – in Jelgava and Jurmala. Choosing the best exploitation infrastructure for Latvia will mean lower costs, balanced charging points, bigger electric vehicle independence, security for new users of technology and faster integration. Before the development of the electric vehicle market in Latvia has gained speed and serious infrastructure has been built, there is still time to learn from success and mistakes made in other countries and choose the most suitable way of creation of charging infrastructure. Significance of a unified marking standard for equipped parking spaces and charging stations is discussed. The authors review the necessity of simple and straightforward user interface.