- emovili presented its fast solution for public charging and its new agreements with the leading companies in the market
- Cepsa presented the main aspects of its sustainable mobility project, through which it aspires to become a leader in this sector by 2030
- For its part, Astara showcased its new project, Connectivity
It's not just about the Sun
In the two months that have passed in 2023, emovili has been working on a comprehensive renovation of the brand, in order to continue its professionalization and thus be able to encompass all the services it currently offers. This change began with a reinterpretation of the original logo, which was related to the charging points installed by the company and has now become a circle. A change that for the company reflects a journey towards versatility, movement and fullness.
Francisco Casas, CEO of emovili, highlighted during his speech at the event that "we want to have a much friendlier presence, that's why we have made this logo change. It is time to keep betting on progress and innovations to continue making emovili a leading company in 2023. In line with this intention, at emovili we have created a scalable model that we are taking to other countries with the intention of internationalizing."
This new logo is part of the sustainable universe that the company is creating and that comes initially with emovili TECH, composed of applications such as wattmo, which will help users to better manage the energy they use. Secondly, there is emovili FAST and the installations on public roads that allow the company to leave the customer's home. Finally, we find emovili CONNECT, which will anticipate the needs of customers to offer them the service they need, ranging from charging points, self-consumption, cars, scooters, changes in contracted power and much more.
Presentation of emovili Fast
emovili fast is the name given to the company's new solution, which will be completely focused on public charging. With it, emovili will not only be at the customer's home, but also on public roads, installing charging infrastructures and advising administrations to power them with clean energy generated by solar panels.
This is a commitment to deploy public charging with a different concept. The solution will start by going to industrial areas where logistics companies locate their fleet of vehicles, which is now in transition to electric, generating a location where they and any citizen can come to charge.
In the words of Ricard Puiggròs, manager of emovili fast, "it is very important to continue guaranteeing access to charging points so that users can opt for electric vehicles without problems. It is for this reason that in May last year we launched emovili fast, so that anyone can have access to ultra-fast charging points in public spaces."
Cepsa: commitment to sustainable mobility
For his part, Pierre-Yves Sachet, director of Mobility & New Commerce at Cepsa, explained the company's commitment to sustainable mobility, framed in its 2030 strategy, 'Positive Motion', through which Cepsa aspires to become a benchmark in the energy transition during this decade.
During his speech, Sachet emphasized: