What is the problem with the plug-in hybrid car in Spain?

What is the problem with the plug-in hybrid car in Spain?

In this article we tell you what is the problem of plug-in hybrid car in Spain?

Most relevant problem of the hybrid car in Spain

Apparently the PHEV cars They bring together the best of two worlds: the sustainability of electric vehicles and the autonomy of combustion. However, in Spain they have a major drawback, they do not have enough public chargers.

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Apart from protecting the environment, the great advantage of electric units is that you can save every month on fuel costs. Despite the high levels of light, recharging an electric car is much cheaper than filling the tank with diesel and/or gasoline.

Apart from that, you can save on the electricity bill if the recharge is done at domestic points in the hours when consumption is lower.


acquire a wallbox or a charging point for the garage (community or private) contributes a cost of 1,500 euros (less amount if the help of the Plan Moves III, although it is not easy).

However, amortizing the purchase of a home charger to recharge the battery of a plug-in hybrid model is higher. Due to the fact that the battery is smaller (on average 13 kWh compared to 50-60 kWh) with less time and less expense, however, the autonomy in electric mode is minimized to 50 km.

So public recharge is the best option. This being a great inconvenience due to the great scarcity of recharging points.

The Anfac Electromobility Barometer stated that in order to meet the objectives of the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan the year should end with 45,000 charging points for electric cars for public use, the current figure being 17,000.

Added to this is the fact that most of the existing points are either not providing service or are damaged.

Writing by Gossipvehículos/Source: www.autobild.es

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