Map of smart public-access charging points

Available only in Spanish


Red Eléctrica has published a map of smart public-access electric vehicle charging points managed by the current mobility operators that collaborate with our CECOVEL project: Ibil, Repsol, Gic, Fenie and Melib.

As of April 2020, the map will monitor, 613 smart public-access charging points distributed nationwide, with power ratings ranging from 2.3 kW to 350 kW. These are points that allow different types of charging (slow, normal, fast, semi-fast and ultra-fast) and are connected in real time to the respective operators so they can manage them both remotely and intelligently. With an intuitive and easy-to-use display, the map offers users complete information on each charging point: the address where it is located, the type of charging it performs, the power rating and the connector model of each charging point.

This map was created with the aim of progressively welcoming other operators of public-access EV charging infrastructure. Therefore, any operator who wishes to join the project only needs to contact us through the following email:

The publication of this map responds to Red Eléctrica's commitment, together with that of the mobility operators of the CECOVEL project, to facilitate the energy transition in Spain. In 2017, Red Eléctrica launched its Control Centre for the Electric Vehicle (CECOVEL), to ensure the safe and efficient integration of the electric vehicle into the electricity system.