The Cabildo de Tenerife makes available to the public the platform of recharging points for electric vehicles that the Technological and Renewable Energy Institute (ITER) has at its facilities in the Granadilla de Abona Industrial Estate. The Minister of Innovation, Enrique Arriaga, highlighted that all the energy that will supply users’ vehicles will be of 100% renewable origin and they will be able to access it free of charge.
Arriaga pointed out that the supply area consists of 17 places for recharging electric vehicles, enabled with a total of 23 charging points. This makes it the largest electric vehicle charging platform in the Canary Islands with a 100% renewable energy supply and free access, where you can find both fast and slow charging points, as well as different self-developed technologies.
Public access to the ITER recharging point platform had been limited due to the health situation generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the return to the “new normality”, it was reopened yesterday with two new charging points. fast charge.
The new fast charging points enabled have a power of 50 Kw each, in direct current, and with CHAdeMO and CCS Combo 2 connections, allowing the recharging of up to 80% of the vehicle’s charge in very short periods of time. In just 15 minutes of charging they can offer a range of 100 kilometers on average.
The remaining 15 parking spaces correspond to recharging points in mode 2 and 3 in alternating current. All instructions for access and use of the ITER electric vehicle recharging area can be found at the link https://www.iter.es/info-cargadores/.
In addition, when you arrive at the institute’s facilities you will find the necessary instructions to access the service.