Electric vehicle's fair in Madrid
Do you have any questions about the electric car? Are you not convinced about the savings? Would you like to purchase one but don’t know how? Would you like to know more about autonomy and recharging? Come to VEM, the electric car holiday and get behind the wheel of one. You will find all of the answers first hand.
For another year, the electric vehicle opens its doors to everyone: geeks, families, interested persons, curious people, people hanging around, detractors, believers and those not yet convinced. The first weekend in June, from 1 to 3 June, it will be held at the Colón Plaza in Madrid , one of the most important holidays in the capital in that respect, which is, of course, open to the public. By and for the public. There you can expect manufacturers of the most important brands from the electric market, users willing to share their experience, as well as other firms that are also committed to emissions-free mobility with structural proposals, as is the case with Endesa.
VEM2018 has been promoted by member companies of AEDIVE.
10,000 km per year free
In addition to testing vehicles, we will tell you about its characteristics and obtaining all types of advice, you will discover a compelling reason to make the move to this type of mobility: the SAVINGS. If you come to Endesa’s stand, of which it is also a sponsor brand, you will discover that an electric vehicle can go up to 10,000 km per year completely free with the Zero Time Electric Vehicle rate, without cheating. With no small print, charging the car from 1 AM to 7 AM. Do you remember those flat cell phone rates per minute and when you exceeded it, you started being charged double? Since with the Endesa rate Zero Time it is the opposite: anything in excess of the 10,000 kilometres or the 200Kw limit has a 60% discount. In addition, Endesa, installs the charger in your house or garage, with a 5 year guarantee, and you have the possibility of monitoring all charging and consumption from your vehicle thanks to a simple cell phone application.
Ultimately, purchasing an electric car can turn out to be a little more expensive than a combustion motor vehicle, but if we calculate the rest of the expenses, we see that it begins to pay off quickly: in the majority of large cities, you don’t pay for parking in a blue and green zone, you are not subject to pollution protocols, therefore, we will not have to use another form of transportation; you don’t pay registration tax, the circulation rate is reduced, you are exempt from paying some tolls, maintenance is also very reduced and above all, as we have seen, the fact of not paying for gasoline can mean a minimum electric expense.
Not just savings
The electric vehicle is the future of mobility in cities and for many, it is already a reality incorporated into their routine. It is essential to avoid increasing daily polluting emissions and for the strong European commitment to improve the environment. VEM2018 is an event to raise awareness of the electric vehicle as a mobility tool in urban and interurban environments, in situ and experientially. Its mission is also to bring together the industry and services related to the electric vehicle and users, both professional and private. Among the initiatives, the following stand out: showing and promoting the electric vehicle also for last mile distribution of merchandise and to make information available regarding actions relating to sustainable mobility developed by the city of Madrid.
For the entire family
Along with other companies, as with the past year, Endesa is a Gold sponsor of the event. The firm’s idea is also to bring together electric mobility and young children and the family environment so that, during the event, it is committed to creating a space, which it also sponsors, for young children, where they may enjoy a bouncy castle, electric kart track, clowns, arts and crafts, etc. A way to make VEM an attraction for the entire family.
All of these details and many more are expected at VEM2018, at the Colón Plaza in Madrid, from 1 to 3 June.
Aren’t you excited?