By Chris King • 16 July 2021 • 21:42
Iberdrola installs Malaga city's first two electric vehicle recharging points.
IBERDROLA installs the first two in a planned network of electric vehicle recharging points in Malaga city
Iberdrola is the company that won the public concession for municipally-owned roads from Malaga City hall, to install the network of public charging stations for electric vehicles throughout the city, with the first two points being entered into service on Thursday 15.
Once completed, there will be a full network of 34 recharging points, in 30 locations, in the eleven districts of Malaga capital, each of them with two outlets, allowing up to 68 electric vehicles to be connected at the same time – 64 in semi-fast outlets of 22 kilowatts, and four with fast-socket outlets of 50 kilowatts.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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WOW! a whole TWO charging points. That will encourage us to buy electric vehicles…. NOT…..
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