This is a boost for innovation to promote electric vehicles, which anticipates demand and demonstrates Barcelona's commitment to a sustainable and healthy mobility strategy.
Endolla Barcelona, managed by the public operator B:SM, incorporates and integrates all the City Council’s recharging points on the public highway and at municipal car parks (503 points), and is the world’s tenth-largest public recharging network for electric vehicles and the biggest in Europe for motorbikes.
Barcelona has invested 3.8 million euros in the recharging network and supplied emission-free energy along 10.7 million km of roads, and will be investing a further 2.6 million euros in the next four years to create a hundred new recharging points in underground car parks, tripling the number of fast recharging points along the public highway from today’s twenty to sixty.
The website provides full information about the network, including an interactive map displaying the location of each point and its availability in real time, as well as its plug number and type.
You will also find all this information on the smou mobility app, which will be integrating the management of the points as from this coming autumn, enabling users to start recharging from their mobile phone and reserve points located on the street without having to use their card.
Barcelona is boosting its recharging points network, making it a public leader in electromobility, endeavouring to provide a quality service and guarantee coverage in all the city’s areas. Boosting and developing the municipal network of recharging points for electric vehicles is also a clear indication of the city’s commitment to fighting the climate emergency.