Modern electric vehicles (EVs) offer sufficient autonomy to be able to spend 2 to 3 days using it without any problems on urban trips and travelling up to 300-400 km on open roads with the full power stored in the batteries. Whether you’re an individual, self-employed or a worker whose company is going to provide you with a leased vehicle, the best option to consider is the installation of a charging point at your home. These are points that will undoubtedly be
added to those that your company or your local council will probably have installed inside their parking areas.
Whether it’s a detached house or a space in a communal garage, the installation of a charging point doesn’t pose too many problems, and in addition, there are various subsidies available from public administrations that can reduce the costs to be met by up to 40 percent.
If you’ve analysed it well and do go electric, your life will revolve around finding charging points where you can power up your batteries. In addition to the aforementioned charging points at your home or workplace, you can find 8,500 public access charging points installed all throughout Spain.
This is a scenario that should soon improve, as the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers (ANFAC) itself has indicated, that in order to comply with the decarbonisation plans to which we have committed ourselves with the EU, we’ll need to have 48,000 installed by the end of 2022, 120,000 by the end of 2025 and 360,000 by the end of 2030. This certainly indicates that the installation of charging points will accelerate in the coming years.