New Thursday Copec Voltex networkThe station between Puchuncaví and Concepción 23 infrastructure infrastructure for 23 electric charging infrastructures, allowing the displacement of almost 700 kilometers of linear vehicles.
In this way, it is necessary to take an important step towards the development of a new energy matrix in the country, and it is a continent's priority.
Objectives planned by Chile for the year 2050, 70% of the energy matrix is based on renewable resources. In mobility, this means that 100% of public transport and 40% of private vehicles operate according to electricity.
In this regard, the Minister of Energy, Susana Jiménez, thanked the company for its commitment "The new power plant network is very important for the country, the route between Santiago and Bío Bío with electric vehicles".
In this regard, he added, "this year there will be more than 150 Chilean public shuttles in Chile, three times more than 44 times higher than in 2018".
He also explained the portfolio that developed the Ecocarga application It indicates the location of all the electrical stations, availability and charging time.
In this sense, the executive vice president of Copece, Lorenzo Gazmuri, explained that the company has excellent options. "We are in the transition phase of energy diversification and traditional and new energies in a coexistence," he said.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Transport, Gloria Hutt, has said that "electromobility is a global leader in Chile, adding that it is a global leader. We recently put 100 electric buses in circulation and another 100 will soon arrive. ".
Meanwhile, the Minister of Agriculture, Carolina Schmidt, valued the initiative, "transport is the most important greenhouse gas emissions in the country, Santiago alone is more than 40% of air pollution and over 70% of the total noise."
New features of the network
Of the 20 new charging points, the 19 fast charging (50 kW) corresponds to the road service between Marbella and Concepción, apart from the sections that connect Santiago, Viña del Mar and Santo Domingo.
Also, installation the capital that exceeds the load point (175 kW), The first of South America, with the latest technology that lets you load eight-minute highs.
In this context, Arturo Natho, CEO of Copec, has said that "this new country infrastructure has been carrying out 84 years of logistic, distribution and awareness skills," the necessary regional integration to improve the current conditions. "
"It's not the only trend, it's a reality that's left out here. And Copec can help us with our decision to help people with this new mobility," said Nathon.