Iberdrola España's electric route through the Río Lobos Canyon
- Departing from Aranda de Duero to start the journey full of energy thanks to the Iberdrola charging points in the town.
- 35 electric mobility enthusiasts have had the opportunity to travel through a spectacular place, with a lot of history and cinema, where they have been able to share their passion for smoke-free mobility.
A group of 35 electric mobility enthusiasts belonging to the @TodosElectricos community - one of the largest electric mobility channels in Spain - had the opportunity to enjoy a 'Saturday at the movies', touring a magnificent nature reserve with spectacular landscapes sculpted over time by the waters of the river Lobos.
An electric route with a lot of history and film in which they were able to share their passion for smoke-free mobility, as well as images of the experience under the hashtag #MuéveteEnVerde.
Departing from Aranda de Duero to start the journey full of energy thanks to the charging points that Iberdrola España has in the town, this group of electric mobility enthusiasts posed along a route of more than 100 kilometres through the Río Lobos Canyon, visited the scene of the film "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" - Sad Hill - and ended their adventure in Santo Domingo de Silos, an interesting journey through the history of the Benedictine monastery.
Iberdrola España, a partner in this initiative organised by @TodosElectricos, carries out these actions periodically throughout Spain, accompanied by influential people in the world of social networks or simply those who are passionate about sustainable mobility to travel the same routes that could be done with a petrol vehicle, but without polluting, and thus raise awareness of the advantages of the electric car. We are talking about zero-emission mobility, integrating renewable energy, services and the latest technology.
The charging points are located in the Iberdrola Public Charging App, where the charger is geolocated, its operation is checked in real time and, in this case, it can be booked and paid for from the mobile phone.
Deployment of recharging infrastructures in the region
Iberdrola España is making progress in its plan to deploy sustainable mobility infrastructure in Spain and, specifically, in Castilla y León, where it has more than 450 public charging points in service in all provinces, more than 120 of which are fast and ultra-fast.
The company is aware of the need to promote electromobility in Spain External link, opens in new window. through coordinated and effective action with the main agentes involved. In this regard, the company has already completed more than 60 infrastructure deployment agreements with administrations, institutions, companies, service stations, dealers and electric vehicle manufacturers.
Iberdrola España leads the public charging infrastructure with more than 3,800 points - of which 1,300, around 35% have 50 kW of power or more - and more than 2,000 in various stages of processing. In addition to public charging points, if we add residential charging points and those in car parks and companies, we can talk about more than 30,000 charging points. Iberdrola will continue to contribute to the decarbonisation of the economy through mobility, with the goal of reaching 110,000 points by 2025.