- Cepsa and Endesa are launching “Together in Every Charge,” a joint offer for all electric vehicle users with the aim of combining the two companies’ electric mobility advantages and charging networks to make them compatible with each other. This comprehensive solution, designed to meet all of users’ charging needs both at home and on the road, is the result of a collaboration between two major companies to promote sustainable mobility in Spain and Portugal
- By simply registering on the program's website, users will be able to travel more than 500 kilometers* free of charge by receiving 45 kWh vouchers on both the Endesa X Way and Cepsa Gow apps, which can be used on both networks. In addition, by making any purchase at Cepsa Service Stations or charging their vehicles through either app, consumers will automatically generate twice as many benefits in the Cepsa loyalty program than any other customer
- For easier charging at home, Endesa is offering a discount on the installation of the Waybox home charger and the possibility of signing up for a rate that allows free charging at night and additional discounts the rest of the day
- In addition, for charging on public roads, the Endesa X Way and Cepsa charging networks are now accessible from both companies’ apps. In other words, users can use either app for both Endesa X Way chargers and those at Cepsa Service Stations
- The Endesa network already includes over 5,000 public charging points, 40% with fast or ultra-fast technology, in every province in Spain, in both urban and roadside locations. Of the total, more than 400 points use ultra-fast technology with outputs between 150 kW and 350 kW. The company aims to reach 600 ultra-fast charging points in the coming months, most of which will be located near roads
- Meanwhile, Cepsa is deploying an extensive ultra-fast charging network in Spain and Portugal, with chargers of at least 150 kW at its service stations along the main corridors and roads. The company has already built more than 130 ultra-fast charging points and is developing another 330. Its goal for 2030 is to have these types of chargers at more than 1,000 service stations, which will significantly boost medium and long-distance electric vehicle travel, thus making electric mobility increasingly accessible to all
- The shared goal of Cepsa and Endesa is to accelerate the energy transition by driving the decarbonization of transportation and promoting sustainable mobility. This partnership makes a decisive contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SDG 7 (affordable and clean energy) and SDG 13 (climate action), within the framework of the 2030 Agenda and the fight against climate change
Through “Together in Every Charge,” an all-around solution to electric vehicle users’ charging needs, whether at home or on the road, both the Cepsa and Endesa X Way networks can be accessed using either the Cepsa Gow app or the Endesa X Way app.
"Endesa and Cepsa have the shared goal of accelerating the energy transition in Spain and Portugal by promoting the decarbonization of transport and encouraging sustainable mobility. Today we have taken a step forward to offer anyone who is interested in electric mobility an easy solution that covers all their charging needs," said Elena Bernárdez, CEO of Endesa X Way.
"Together we are offering electric vehicle drivers a unique solution that meets all their charging needs, whether at home or on road trips, making electric mobility truly possible. Through our two independent networks, which are now interoperable, and the apps of both companies, customers have access to an extensive and growing charging network and numerous commercial advantages," said Pierre-Yves Sachet, director of Mobility & New Commerce at Cepsa.
By simply registering with the program on the website www.juntosencadarecarga.com users will receive a 45kWh voucher for each app, Endesa X Way and Cepsa Gow (90kWh in total), which can be used in either charging network. With this energy, program participants will be able to travel more than 500 kilometers free of charge* with 100% renewable energy.
In addition, through either app they will obtain up to 4 cents €/kWh of credit in the Cepsa Gow loyalty program whenever they charge their vehicles with either company, and up to 10 cents for each euro spent on products in stores or car wash services at service stations.
Charging at home
When choosing to buy an electric vehicle, at-home charging is key, and having a user-friendly solution is even more important. Therefore, Endesa's proposal includes everything users need to charge their vehicles at home: a charger at a very competitive price, installation and access to a special rate.
Endesa is offering the smart and connected Waybox charger for a very reasonable price. Users will have the option of programming charges, controlling access and optimizing charging, as well as smart power management to cut costs and avoid power outages due to surges. In addition, anyone who takes advantage of this offer and purchases the Waybox charger will be able to sign up for an exclusive rate under this promotion, which has great advantages for charging vehicles at home: up to 125kWh per month of energy at zero cost (around 10,000 km per year*) at night (between 1am and 7am). Other consumption will be billed at a fixed energy price with a 20% discount forever. Furthermore, when signing up for this Endesa rate, customers will earn extra credit in Cepsa Gow for their refueling or purchases at Cepsa Service Stations.
Also, to streamline the use of subsidies for the purchase of at-home chargers, currently in force until December 31 and known as MOVES III, Endesa will help customers who purchase at-home installation to access the subsidy, which reduces the total installation price by up to 70%.
In order to be more sustainable and eliminate paper invoices, customers who choose digital billing will be eligible for an additional 2% discount on power consumption at home.
For electric mobility to expand at a faster rate, the charging infrastructure must accompany this growth, and it is a national necessity for these types of infrastructures to grow and become more accessible to all. Endesa and Cepsa are aware of this and have incorporated the development of these types of infrastructures into their respective strategies.
Endesa's network already has more than 5,000 public access charging points, 40% of them with fast or ultra-fast technology, in both urban and roadside locations. Of the total, more than 400 points use ultra-fast technology with outputs between 150 kW and 350 kW. The aim is for this figure to reach 600 ultra-fast charging points in the coming months, most of which will be located near roads.
Meanwhile, Cepsa is deploying an extensive ultra-fast charging network in Spain and Portugal, with chargers of at least 150 kW located along the main corridors and roads. The company has built more than 130 ultra-fast charging points already, is developing another 330, and its goal is to have these types of chargers at more than 1,000 service stations by 2030. These chargers have built-in credit/debit card payment technology (direct payment through POS), thus offering a differential service for users. The possibility of paying by credit card or with the Cepsa or Endesa charging apps speeds up and facilitates the charging process, which takes approximately 10 minutes (to charge approximately 80% of the battery), depending on the vehicle model.
Commitment to electrification
Cepsa and Endesa are committed to the energy transition to accelerate decarbonization in transportation and the promotion of sustainable mobility. Both companies are working to make a decisive contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SDG 7 (affordable and clean energy) and SDG 13 (climate action), within the framework of the 2030 Agenda and the fight against climate change.
Cepsa, as part of its 2030 Positive Motion strategy, is working to become a reference in the energy transition in this decade. To this end, the company is becoming more focused on the needs of its customers, who also face their own challenges in decarbonization. In the area of sustainable mobility, Cepsa is transforming its network of service stations, the second largest in Spain and Portugal, into digitalized spaces offering a wide variety of ultra-convenience and catering services. It also aims to offer multi-energy solutions for refueling on the road and alternatives for heavy land, sea and air transport by developing green molecules, mainly second-generation biofuels and green hydrogen.
Endesa, for its part, is working to make a new energy model based on clean energies a reality, allowing it to offer a better service and care for our planet. For this reason, the company is committed to sustainable mobility as a key tool for moving towards an emission-free energy model and combating climate change. Its objective is to facilitate the transformation of mobility worldwide for all users and to electrify transport in Spain. To this end, through its dedicated electric mobility business, Endesa X Way, it is expanding its electric vehicle charging infrastructure and developing advanced charging technologies and flexible solutions to meet the needs of all customers. Additionally, Endesa X Way collaborates with companies, public administrations and individuals in their electrification processes with nearly 16,500 public and private charging points installed (as of June 2023), providing management, operation and maintenance services, thus enabling their transition to electric mobility in a transversal, efficient and safe manner.
*Estimated calculations for an average use of 16kwh/100km