Evectra underlines that the emission of three key regulations for the sector allowed them to take on new design projects for the recharging of electric vehicles.
In a new cycle of “Personalities”, the Director of Barcelona’s Electric Mobility Strategy, Ángel López Rodríguez, comments on the city’s strategy to expand its electromobility frontiers.
Danny Moreno, president of the Spanish Semiconductor Industry Association and CEO of Wiyo, tells Portal Movilidad España what the sector’s expectations are regarding the new strategic project.
After the close of the input period, the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA), in contact with Portal Movilidad España, details how the work on the new regulation will continue, which they want to be processed as soon as possible.
With this new fleet of non-fossil fuel vehicles, the City Council will be able to count on a grant of 3,421,700 euros from the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, if it meets the deadlines.
Associations and companies have met with the government to establish the first approaches to set the project on track to recover the microchip industry in Spain.
Fernando León, Mobility and Experience Specialist at KIA Iberia, stresses the need for the administrations to join the manufacturers in this transition to electric vehicles.
The scheduled date for publication was 22 May, but according to recent statements by the Secretary of State for Energy, Sara Aagesen, this deadline will not be met. When will it be ready?
The Japanese firm points to the need to generate a favourable environment of public investment, fiscal support and regulation that will result in greater penetration of zero-emission segments.
The city council is doubling its commitment to zero-emission segments in relation to 2021, issuing grants of up to 6,000 euros that can be purchased from 13 May.
Spanish companies are waiting to be heard for the PERTE microchips and semiconductors call for proposals
Industries were surprised by the Spanish president’s announcement and are awaiting details, but are confident that it is a good move that will have an impact in the long term.
The managing director of the municipal transport company, Alfonso Sánchez Vicente, announced on Wednesday that they are preparing to start the process of purchasing new zero-emission units to be launched at the end of the year.