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Spain surpasses Germany, Denmark or the United Kingdom in the average number of public charging points for electric cars – steady motion

The ratio of electric cars to the public access charging point in the EU is similar to the average European value in Spain, but even better in powerful markets such as Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium or Sweden.

This is clear from a recent dynamic report AEDIVE, A trade association for electric mobility development and upgrades, ranks ninth in Spain in the electric passenger car fleet fleet and tenth in the public access charging infrastructure rankings.

AEDIVE compares this segment of electric passenger cars with public access charging infrastructure in Spain and other countries in the European environment, as well as alternative fuels based on data from the European Car Manufacturers Association, ACEA and EAFO, a European laboratory.

According to the report, Spain ranks ninth in the electric passenger car navy rankings and tenth in the public access charging infrastructure rankings.

Compared to 2020, the percentage of public access charging infrastructure in Spain is higher than in other markets such as Germany, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Belgium or Norway.

According to AEDIVE, these data mean that it is necessary to continue to encourage the use of public access infrastructure in Spain, as is the case in other European countries, while at the “other challenges inherent in the automotive industry in terms of purchase prices, residual value, availability of models, greater autonomy and rechargeability”. The report says.

To this end, the Electricity Movement boss points out, “In order to resolve existing barriers quickly, it is necessary to convey constructive messages to the public, working with balanced strategies and public administration, based on solid and objective arguments. “They include electric vehicles, charge infrastructure and the rest of the value chain and they are largely economic, financial, administrative and regulatory.”

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In this sense, the Association will continue to inform management of the need to remove existing barriers to the use of rechargeable infrastructure and that the Association has already forwarded to the State Secretariats of Energy and Transport in November 2020.