Madrid, Nov 6 (EFE) .- Ikea and Iberdrola have signed an agreement to promote sustainable mobility through which the electric company will install more than 50 electric vehicle recharging points and supply renewable energy in stores, logistics centers and corporate buildings. Swedish chain in Spain next year.
Under this alliance, Ikea will offer recharge for electric vehicles free of charge to all its customers, with the Malaga, Badalona and Zaragoza stores being the first to have these equipment, according to both companies.
In parallel, Iberdrola will install charging points at the Ikea headquarters in San Sebastián de los Reyes and at its logistics center in Valls (Tarragona).
The deployment in Spain, which starts this month, is expected to be completed during 2019.
Users can also recharge, whether or not Iberdrola customers, from their mobile with the application for devices that the company has developed and which also allows you to geolocate and reserve your top-ups.
Iberdrola develops a Sustainable Mobility Plan that foresees the installation of 25,000 recharging points in Spain in four years.
This plan also contemplates the deployment of a network of fast, super fast and ultra fast charging stations that will be installed every 100 km on the main highways and corridors of Spain between 2018 and 2019.