Type 2 semi-fast load
To access the energy offers comparator you must follow the following steps:
1. Go to the CNMC website: https://comparador.cnmc.gob.es/
2. Select the type of supply you wish to contract (electricity).
3. Then, fill in all the consumption data. It is important to enter the zip code data, desired installation power and type of electricity tariff. If you want to know how long it will take to charge your car, the calculation is simple: Divide the energy capacity of your battery (in kWh) by the charging power (in kW) obtaining the charging time (in hours). Note that you cannot exceed the charging power indicated by the manufacturer of your vehicle.
For example, plug-in hybrids can charge up to 7.2 kW and mid-range 100% electric cars can charge up to 11 kW in alternating current.
A semi-fast charger for an electric vehicle with a 72 kWh battery is 11KW (72 / 11 = 6 hours) and from 30KW (72 / 30 = 2h30) for a fast charger.
With just one click, you can get the complete information of the distributors and their tariffs.
As a tip from SpotiCharge, we recommend an easy exercise to know the average annual consumption and cost of electricity: add all the bills of the year and make an average, you can make a final analysis verifying what is your average consumption and cost, so with this data you can choose the best way to choose the type of electricity tariff that fits your real needs.
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