The Plan takes the reduction of traffic road enmisions into account. Two specific measures are focused on Public Bus and the city fleet of taxis emission reduction
The Public on Street Electric Vehicles chargin net is operated by two diferent companies. Each company has designed his own App.
City Council is providing free on street parking to electric car sharing operators and is even providing municipal facilities for charching operations. Although the City offers to car sharing operators using AF Vehicles (LPG, NCG and Hibrids) an Authorisation to park freely in all the "On street regulated parking Area" just by paying a small anual fee per vehicle.
National regulations are fostering the use of EV in working environments
Regarding the "On street charging net" both Companies are compelled by agreement to use green electricity
Madrid has an on street Charging net (24 spots). Some "public parking facilities" offer customers a charging infraestructure (10 municipal parkings) and the city currently working in a protocol to promote de use of elcectric cars in "Residential parking facilities" managed by the City Council.
The City has establish a maximun price for the kW and operators offer their service to customers taking into account this considerations
Operators offer several ways to use the on street net to customers. Prepaid card based on kW, flat rates, etc.
The aim of the agreement with the two "Charging Manager" companies in charge of the management of the On Street net is to achieve an interoperability scheme between both operators. Customers can use every charging spot regardles of wich company is their service supplier
The guidelines for a future developement of the Chargin infraestructure are: Create a fast charging infraestructure (open acces) using under surveillance spaces (Petrol Stations, Parking facilities, etc.). To foster the Oportunity Charche the city will try to cover all the districts deploying a slow and medium speed charging net using municipal space (Parking Facilities). The residential use will be fostered through the development of a net in "residential parking facilities" managed by the city council.
The on street charging point net managed by two Charging operators is connected to a Control Center. They are able to provide all kind of data regarding users, electric consume, etc.
Zero emission vehicles are allowed to acces to "Residential Priority Areas" where only resindents and authorised vehicles (logistic, local bussines companies, etc) are allowed to access.
At municipal level Madrid City Council has opened a funding program focused on clean taxis. The City Council offers discounts on the vehicle Tax for owners of AF vehicles
Zero emission vehicles (electric, PHEV and FCEV) are allowed to park free withouth temporary restrictions within the whole "On street regulated parked area" ( inside the first ring of the city ). LPG, GNC and Hybrids can enjoy discounts up to 20 % in on street parking fees
At national level, MOVEA Plan offers funding for the deployment of public and private charging nets.
"Sustainable Development Service" works close with several municipal services regarding the desing of specific standars in procurement several services and products. "Madrid´s Air Quallity Plan" and "Madrid´s Energy and Climate Change Plan"(Horizon 2020) has set specific goals on this issue. Municipal Companies like EMT (Public Bus Service) has set ambitious goals regarding their fleet of vehicles, most of them currently use CNG.
The use of diesel vehicles has been reduced by most of the municipal services. The reduction of NOx emissiones is considered as the most importante evironmental specifications set in most of the vehicles procurement process. Alternative fuels (Cero Emissions, CNG, LPG and Hybrid) are the most valuable option in procurement process. Some Municipal Services and Companies like EMT (Public Bus Service) or the Waste Collection Service has set ambitious goals regarding their fleet of vehicles, most of them currently use CNG.
|Type of vehicles||Category||Total AF vehicles||BEV||PHEV||FCEV||Natural gas||Total vehicles|
|Passenger cars||M1 Total||2.064||1.170||65||31|
|Passenger cars||M1 City Fleet||89||4|
|Buses (Public Transport)||M2+M3 City Fleet||810||19||13||778||1.915|
|Light Commercial Vehicles||N1 City Fleet|
|Light Commercial Vehicles||N1 Total|
|Heavy Duty Vehicles||N2/N3 City Fleet||460||15||445|
|Light vehicles (quadricycles)||L6/L7|
|Light vehicles (two-wheelers)||L1-L5||5||5|
|e-bike or e-motor sharing||L1-L5||2.028||2.028|
|Infrastructure||Place||Accessibility||Normal power||High power > 22 kW||HFS||NGFS|
|3.5 kW||7 kW||11 - 22 kW||Combo||ChaDeMo||Type 2 AC||Tesla SC|
|EV Charging points||Street||All||18||6|
|Any||City fleet or contracted||17||8||36|
|Any||Taxi or Car sharing|
|Hydrogen filling stations|
|Natural Gas filling stations||Any||All||14|
|Any||City fleet or contracted||8|