Castellana Properties assigns Cable Energía for charging infrastructure
The real estate company Castellana Properties has signed an agreement with Cable Energía to install a total of 350 charging points for electric vehicles at 14 of its properties in Spain. The capacities are to range from 22 kW to 350 kW, depending on the location.
About 30 per cent of the future charging stations will be DC chargers with over 50 kW, according to a statement. Twenty-two per cent of the stations will be ultra-fast 350 kW chargers, Castellana Properties said.
The agreement is in line with Castellana Properties’ Sustainable Development Goals. The company published its first ESG report this year. The company’s future plans include powering 100 per cent of its portfolio with renewable energy, procuring an ISO 50001-compliant energy management system, and installing renewable energy self-consumption systems in 75 per cent of its shopping centres.
“We are very proud to announce this collaboration, which represents a new milestone in the company’s sustainability strategy,” says Alfonso Brunet, CEO of Castellana Properties. “With the installation of these charging stations, Castellana Properties is moving closer to achieving the sustainable development goals set out in its ESG report and making further progress in the transition to sustainable mobility.”
Energy mobility company Cable Energía operates in Spain and Portugal and is part of the Shell Group. The agreement will allow Castellana’s new chargers to become part of the Shell Recharge network, which already includes more than 275,000 charging points across Europe. Castellana Properties’ properties where the new charging infrastructure will be located include the Los Arcos, Bahía Sur, Vallsur, Habaneras, Puerta Europa and El Faro shopping centres, as well as the Parque Principado, Parque Oeste, Motril Retail Park and Granaita business parks.
With reporting by Domenico Sciutri, Germany.