Outgoing Government ads have small print. The last, no less than 11,392 million euros of invoice to reach the five million electric vehicles in 2030 with which the president of the Executive dreams. Of this bill, 2,543 million correspond to the average difference in price between an electric vehicle and a conventional one, 37% more expensive in the case of plug-in vehicles, according to Bloomberg data. Although it has not yet been determined whether there will be exemptions or additional aid to the purchase of vehicles with zero label (electric and plug-in hybrids), it is most likely that consumers will face the expense to be able to access cities without restrictions. of high pollution scenarios.
But in addition, to this amount it is necessary to add another 8,849 million euros necessary to adapt the infrastructures and feed this new mobile fleet. The Government estimates in its Integrated National Plan for Energy and Climate that, with a scenario of 600,000 electric vehicles in 2030, an investment of 1.210 million in recharging rods would be necessary. According to these figures, a fleet of five million electric vehicles by that date would require another 7.639 million euros to cover that fleet.
The Ministry for the Ecological Transition calculates that the installation of loading points in private or community garages has an average cost of 1,200 euros in the case of automobiles and 600 euros, of motorcycles, according to Ep. On the other hand, it estimates that the private recharging points also suppose a cost of 1,200 euros, a figure that rises to 6,000 euros as it is a recharging pole on public roads. On the other hand, the points in electric stations represent an average cost of 200,000 euros and 500,000 euros, in the case of being adapted to recharge buses.