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The Government announces new measures to accelerate the introduction of electric cars in Spain

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has met with the representatives of aedive (Business Association for the Development and Promotion of Electric Mobility), anfac (Spanish Association of Car and Truck Manufacturers) and sernauto (Spanish Association of Automotive Suppliers) to address the problem of the slow implementation of electric mobility in Spain.

The third vice president and minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Riberathe Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, maroto kingsthe Secretary General of Industry, Francis Whiteand the Secretary General for Economic Affairs, Manuel de la Rocha.

During the meeting, Sánchez announced the adoption of new administrative and regulatory measures with which to accelerate the deployment of the electric car. Among other things, he has confirmed that the Ministry of Transport, Urban Planning and Urban Mobility will soon publish a new regulation that will expedite the installation of charging points on the state highway network.

It will also reinforce MOVES III plan by expanding the possibility of electrifying business fleets up to 250 cars, also allowing pre-owned vehicles to be subsidized. On the other hand, the digitization of procedures will be promoted in those autonomous communities that do not yet have them.

Volkswagen ID.3 charging at a point in Zunder (formerly Easycharger)

Spain, at the tail of Europe in terms of electrification

Before the end of May it will come into operation a geoportal with which users can locate charging points throughout the country, as well as check its status. The CNMC (National Commission for Markets and Competition) has undertaken to publish a new circular for access and connection to the network to facilitate the processing of charging points.

The FEMP (Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces) will inform and train municipal technicians to facilitate the processing of recharging points in the Town Hallsone of the bottlenecks identified in the work group for the Deployment of the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure.

In relation to the regulatory changes that are being carried out in Europe (specifically, the standard Euro 7), Sánchez has declared that, during the Spanish presidency of the European Union, work will be done to reach a «optimal and realistic solution, which makes investments for the transition towards zero emission vehicles compatible, with limits on polluting emissions that guarantee the health of citizens».

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