With regard to electric mobility, the data expected for next 2030 are, to say the least, ambitious and with them it is expected carry out “a massive rollout of the renewable park.” This has been described by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, in the framework of the presentation of the ‘Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan for the Spanish Economy’.
The main objective is to have 250,000 new electric vehicles in the car park by the time 2023 begins. Achieving this registration quota in such a short time is the way to be able to have a total of five million electrified units by 2030. This amount is stipulated in the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (2021-2030).
To deploy from In a real way, this type of mobility is undoubtedly necessary to install a good network of recharging points to facilitate daily journeys for drivers who are committed to electric mobility. In this sense, the lack of a public charging network is one of the obstacles most reported by users when making the leap to plug-in vehicles.
For the same reason, Sánchez announced that in this same three-year period about 100,000 public chargers are expected to be installed. He also pointed out that the large-scale transformation of the energy system will accelerate to achieve a 100% renewable system in 2050.
72,000 million in three years
This plan, as highlighted by the Prime Minister, seeks inclusive growth and modernization of the country. The investment in the Plan for green transition and mobility will represent 37% of the budget.
During these first three years of activation of the Recovery Plan, the a total of € 72 billion from the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism (59,000 million) and the ‘React-Eu’ fund (12,400 million).