Hertz joins Spanish sustainable mobility initiative Zem2All to provide EV access
16 June 2014
The Hertz Corporation recently joined Zero Emissions Mobility To All (Zem2All) in Spain—the largest electric mobility demonstration project in Europe. In partnership with Endesa, Hertz will be renting the Nissan LEAF from its Malaga city and airport locations to help to promote sustainable and smarter city transport.
Globally, Hertz is working to provide customers and communities with sustainable mobility solutions, such as zero emissions and alternative fuel vehicles as well as car sharing as part of its sustainability program Living Journey.
Hertz’s collaboration with Zem2All and the City of Malaga aims to deliver sustainable real-world solutions by providing electric vehicle (EV) access to local residents and tourists alike.
Zem2All was created to transform mobility in cities; implement widespread use of electric vehicles; and gain the knowledge required to deploy large-scale EV schemes in cities. Through this project, 160 electric vehicles and recharging points have already been rolled out in Malaga with another 40 coming soon.
Drivers who opt for the LEAF will have access to one of the most extensive fast recharge networks in Europe, with 23 charging points at nine sites in Malaga, Fuengirola and Marbella.
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