The Nissan Leaf model, part of Hertz Green Collection, has been chosen for the Zem2All program due to its convenience and performance. Thanks to its electric motor, driving 100 miles costs about two euros. Drivers who choose this sustainable mobility option have one of the most extensive fast recharge networks in Europe, with 23 charging points at nine sites in Malaga, Fuengirola and Marbella.
Zem2All (Zero Emissions Mobility To All) is largest electric mobility demonstration project in Europe. Zem2All was created to transform mobility in cities, implement widespread use of electric vehicles and gain the knowledge required to deploy large-scale EV’s schemes in cities.
According to studies by Zem2All, transport, specifically cars and trucks, generates 43% of global carbon emissions. Electric mobility can help to reduce significantly driving emissions given that its footprint is non-existent. Additionally, EVs’ efficiency doubles the featured by the current internal combustion engines.
This Spanish-Japanese project is led by the Spanish electricity and gas company Endesa in partnership with Telefónica and Ayesa. The Japanese side of the project is conducted by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, in partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation and Hitachi.