Mobility Portal, Spain
Date: November 17, 2023
Inés Platini
By Inés Platini
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eMobility ventures: Companies set to expand in Spain by 2024

Looking ahead to the next year, eMobility sector companies are outlining ambitious plans that include not only national but also international expansion. Here's a summary of the latest announcements.
Most recent expansion announcements made by sector companies.
Most recent expansion announcements made by sector companies.

With the aim of continuing to grow in the eMobility world, companies are mapping out ambitious plans to expand not only nationally but also internationally.

These firms are leading the charge towards sustainable and electric mobility, focusing their strategies on expanding services and strengthening their presence in new markets.

Below, Mobility Portal España provides an overview of the most recent expansion announcements made by sector companies to this portal.


Specializing in offering consulting and engineering services, its roadmap for 2024 includes expansion within Spain and also into other countries.

Not only in Europe but also in Latin America.

For the coming year, the company aspires to maintain the solid growth it has experienced, surpassing 30%.

Simultaneously, it aims to carry out high-power charger projects specifically designed for electric trucks.

eCity Charge

The leading independent platform for installing charging points for electric vehicles is preparing to cover the entire country and offer more accessible charging solutions.

This ambitious expansion plan is backed by a significant injection of capital, which will open doors to more extensive projects.

This financial support will not only facilitate national growth but also allow an expansion of its storage capacity.

Currently, the platform is present in various regions, including Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León, Catalonia, the Basque Country, and Navarra.


Hellonext, a company that excels in the fast and ultra-fast charging sector, has its sights set on a Europe-wide expansion.

Currently operational in Spain, the UK, and Portugal, it plans to land in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Iceland, Belgium, Germany, France, and Luxembourg between the end of this year and the beginning of the next.

According to the company, the expansion plan is progressing positively, experiencing significant growth in the sector.

With these advancements, Hellonext aspires to position itself among the top three companies in fast and ultra-fast charging in the continent.


The leading company in the car-sharing sector not only plans to expand its fleet to 300 vehicles by the end of 2023 but is also exploring expansion opportunities.

Specifically, they intend to expand their presence in Madrid and Bilbao, as well as consider the possibility of establishing themselves at the airports of these cities.

Astara Move

Focused on the electrification of car-sharing fleets, the company is present throughout the Spanish peninsula.

Looking ahead to 2024, it plans to expand into new regions, including Portugal, Switzerland, and Chile.

By 2027, its goal is to achieve an emissions-free fleet, expand subscriptions to 30,000 vehicles, and surpass half a million users on its app.


Specialized in charging infrastructure installation services, ESMOVE aims to open satellite branches in Levante, Catalonia, and Andalusia in the short term.

In the long term, its expansion is projected towards Portugal and Dubai, taking advantage of the fiscal benefits and growth potential of these locations.

Additionally, over the next year, they plan to launch proprietary software designed to optimize efficiency in all company processes.


The business group specializing in the distribution of materials for professional installers aims to have 66 electrified parking lots installed in its centers by early 2024.

In the short and medium term, they aspire to electrify 80% of all their parking lots, with the ambition to achieve 100% later on.

Not only that, their most recent project includes a logistics center in Zaragoza, equipped with 150 charging docks.

It is anticipated that this center, spanning 164,000 square meters, will start operations in the first half of next year, employing around 500 people simultaneously.


With the purpose of significantly expanding its fleet of shared vehicles, Revel plans to double it, going from 400 to 800 units by December 2023.

Additionally, it aims to reach 4,000 vehicles by September 2024.

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