Iberdrola will be responsible for the supply, commissioning and operation of up to 3,500 charging points in 800 supermarkets

Iberdrola reaches 2,000 charging points in Mercadona supermarkets

Users can recharge their car battery while shopping with up to 22 kW of power

Redacción Tuesday, May 28, 2024 / 13:01

Iberdrola has installed its first 2,000 charging points in supermarkets and Mercadona work centers, more than 50 in Aragon , thus building the largest semi-rapid charging network in the country. The points, which are located in nearly 450 locations of the distribution group in all the autonomous communities of Spain, are part of the collaboration agreement reached by the companies last year to promote sustainable mobility .

With this alliance, Iberdrola will be responsible for the supply, commissioning and operation of up to 3,500 charging points in 800 supermarkets in Spain and Portugal . With this infrastructure, users can recharge the battery of their cars while making their purchases with up to 22 kW of power, which allows them, for example, to recharge 100 kilometers in 45 minutes , or in other words, achieve sufficient autonomy for the average daily use of the vehicle.

Specifically, the 2,000 charging points are located throughout the national territory where the leading supermarket chain is present, which promotes Iberdrola’s objective of bringing electric mobility to all corners of the Spanish geography in order to achieve decarbonization of the sector.

All points have 100% green energy , from renewable sources with a guarantee of origin certificate (GdOs). All points are available in Iberdrola’s public charging application , the most valued in the sector, in which you can view and geolocate verified information on all chargers, check their operation in real time and reserve and pay from your mobile phone.


With this initiative, Iberdrola continues to accelerate its mobility transition strategy towards an emissions-free system and its sustainable mobility plan. Pioneer to be launched in 2016, it foresees the installation of 100,000 electric chargers until 2025 in homes, companies and on public roads. To this end, its public infrastructure design is developed both on highways and corridors and in cities and small towns with the objective of having at least one fast charging station every less than 50 km.

Iberdrola is a leader in charging infrastructure with a network of more than 50,000 operational charging points, of which 6,500 points are public , and promotes sustainable mobility as part of its strategy to promote the energy transition.

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