Eranovum, a renewable energy company, and Cad&Lan, a specialist in the design and integration of innovative technological solutions, have reached a collaboration agreement with the aim of approach and accelerate the transition of its clients towards the use of green energy.
One of the main concerns of users is to reduce dependence on fossil fuel consumption, as it is one of the fundamental pillars of the European Recovery Funds which, among others, aim to achieve a net reduction greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 55% by 2030 or achieve climate neutrality by 2050, to transform the EU into a sustainable economy.
This is also the understanding of Cad&Lan and Eranovum, which will make available to their clients the necessary technology for the design, construction, maintenance and operation of electric vehicle recharging projects linked to photovoltaic infrastructure, either by self-consumption or through its solar plants.
For Javier Millán, Head of Infrastructures at Cad&Lan «the agreement allows us to make ambitious solutions available to our clients in the field of renewable energies such as solar farms, on which we are already working together, or powerful charging points that contribute to the definitive deployment of supply infrastructures for electric vehicles».
David Vallespín, Director of e-mobilty at Eranovum, states that “With this agreement, we want to position ourselves as the best value proposition in the energy field for our clients”.
CadLan and Eranovum thus become one of the main protagonists of the energy transformation process of our country.