Madrid – World Electric Vehicle Day is held on September 9, 2020 each year to give more attention to zero-emissions transportation alternatives such as electric vehicles. The sector in Spain also reflects on this happy fact, but there isn’t much to celebrate in Spain just yet.
The World Electric Vehicle Day It is a day that passes every year September 9 Meetings are being held within Europe about electric cars. In Spain, people also think of this day, but the number of electric cars is still very low, despite the increase in passenger car sales.
The past eight months have seen a 28% increase in electric vehicles, but they only account for 7.5% of all vehicles on Spanish roads. In August, sales of electric vehicles increased by 11% compared to the same month in 2021 to 4,682 vehicles. In the first eight months of 2022, 51,804 cars were sold.
As of the end of August, 21,276 units of fully electric vehicles (BEVs) have been sold. If we look at PHEV (Hybrid Electric) vehicles, 30,528 were sold while HEV (Hybrid Electric) vehicles were 153,670 units. By comparison, 253,083 petrol and 176,636 diesel cars were sold in Spain as of August this Figures from ANFAC.
To celebrate the 9th of September every year, there is still a lot to do in Spain. If one wants to sell more 100% electric cars, several charging stations must be added.
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