The Breeze, IONITY, and Cepsa On Wednesday, the Via Verde Electric charging network inaugurated With the first four super-fast charging stations installed in the Almodovar service areas, on the A2 motorway, towards the Algarve-Lisbon and Lisbon-Algarve
In a partnership investment of around 10 million euros, the Via Verde Elétrica project expects to install twelve super-fast charging stations in the Barcelos service areas, on the A3, in Estremoz, on the A6, either in May or in Leiria, on the A1, in July.
Until the summer of 2021, the company says, it will be possible to cross Portugal, from north to south, without carbon emissions through the Via Verde Electric network, which will contain 82 electric charging stations in 40 service areas, with fast charging solutions (from 50 kW). And ultra-high speed (from 150 kW to 350 kW).
Fast charges can take about an hour while ultra-fast charges can take up to 7.5 minutes. On average, depending on car model, SuperCharge will be around 15 minutes. IONITY chargers use only renewable energy that is provided by Cepsa.
By the end of the year, the alliance between IONITY and Cepsa in the field of electric mobility will also allow to cross the borders of Portugal and Spain in an electric vehicle, covering major Portuguese and Spanish urban roads, as well as road connections to the European continent, with high-speed charging stations located at strategic points in the corridors of the peninsula. Main.
For the second phase of the project, urban service stations such as Oeiras, Trofa and Águas Santas have been left behind.
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