Seat and Volkswagen register project to qualify for PERTE assistance for Electric Vehicle

seats and Volkswagen Group and all partners of the Future plan: Fast Forward I recorded this Wednesday will be eligible to receive assistance from the project PERTE For Electric and Connected Vehicle. A total of 62 national companies, made up of 11 autonomous communities and 61% SMEs and complying with the requirements set by the Government, will “work together with the aim of making Spain a “centre” of the electric vehicle in Europe. encompasses the value chain, which is one of the conditions for qualifying funds.

The project, carried out in cooperation with PwC, is based on four main axes. The push, led by Seat and Volkswagen, will electrify factories in Martorell and Landaben in Navarra to produce electric cars in the future. Build a battery ecosystem for electric vehicles in Spaincovering the entire manufacturing process, from the extraction of materials such as lithium to their assembly. At this point the battery factory in Sagunt, Valencia will be built.

The third axis predicts the location of key components for electric vehicles in Spain, and the fourth predicts aspects related to: education, digitization and circular economy. According to the Martorell firm, “the project covers nine blocks of the Electric and Connected Vehicle PERTE.

Structure of cooperation

As announced by Seat, at the end of April first meeting of members The Future: Fast Forward Plan, in which Marc Riera, Seat’s director of procurement strategy and new projects, is appointed chair of the group council, which meets at least twice a year. Also at the meeting, a commission of delegates was formed, also chaired by Riera, to meet periodically to ensure compliance with PERTE. At the same time, a project management office will be established to comprehensively monitor its development and control deadlines and budgeted investment items.

Three boards of directors emerged from the general assembly. The Audit and Audit Committee will be chaired by Blanca Moreno, an economist, an independent member of the ICO General Council and a member of the Banco Sabadell Foundation Board of Trustees, while the Risk and Compliance Committee will be chaired by an attorney and external consultant. Board of directors of Ferrer International Group & Unirproeduca, Ignacio González and Financier by Ferran Rodríguez, president of the Spanish Institute of Chartered Accountants. All three committees are independent and will report to the general assembly.

all participants

This 62 companies that will be part of the Future: Fast Forward project These are Altech, Asai Industrial, Azterlan, Balidea, BeePlanet Factory, Bosch, Brose, Carto, Celsa Group, Cetim, Cidetec, CENIM – CSIC, Cerler Global Electronics, CYP Core, Delta Vigo, Enso, Feníe Energía, Forminsa, GCR Group , Gestamp, Glavista, Gonvarri, Grupo Sesé, Grupo Simoldes, Iberdrola, Intrustial, IMS Technology, Ingedetec, University Research Institute (CIRCE) Zaragoza University, isEazy, Isend,, Kautenik, Kivnon, Lazpiur, Leartiker, Libelium, Lithium Iberia , Malena Engineering, Mindcaps, Mol-Matric, Motorland Aragón, NTDD, Nutai, Órbita Ingeniería, Pomceg Electronics, Power Innotech, Power HoldCo Spain, Seat:Code, Seat Mó, Seat, Silence, Grupo SPR, Sumitomo Electric Bordnetze, Técnicas Reunidas , Tecoi, Valeo, Vega Chargers, Vicomtech, Volkswagen Navarra, WIP and Zylk.

Likewise, CaixaBank, Eurecat, Ficosa, Itainnova and Telefónica collaborators Your Future: Fast Forward project.

Source: Informacion


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