According to him ANFAC report (Spanish Association of Automobile and Truck Manufacturers), which is done quarterly, Spain has improved for the first time this year in terms of penetration of electrified vehicles in our market and installation of charging infrastructures, what has been popularly known as electromobility.

With a valuation of 14.9 points out of 100, has managed to outperform countries like Hungary, Italy and the Czech Republic, but we are still very far from the European average, which is at 29.6 points out of 100.

Our growth certainly has a lot to do with it with the launch of aid plans like Moves II, but according to general director of ANFAC, José López-Tafall, is insufficient, above all because you have to work on the infrastructures: “it is necessary to establish a plan with a greater endowment in 2021, at least four times greater than the current one Moves, which consolidates the development of electromobility, not only in the area of ​​demand, but also in charging infrastructures, a vital point for users to feel trust for the acquisition of this type of technology ”.

At the national level, up to five autonomous communities are above the Spanish average, with the Balearic Islands for the first time in the head of the global electromobility indicator, followed by Catalonia and Madrid.

According to the penetration of exclusively electrified vehicles, Spain grows almost 4 points to reach 22.4 out of 100, but in this section it continues in the last places in Europe, whose average is 50.1 points.

In relation to the development of infrastructure, the increase is a single point to achieve a valuation of 7.5 points out of 100, with a total of 572 points installed in the last quarter.