Iberdrola and Bridgestone Group's auto garage network specialising in a comprehensive tyre and maintenance service First Stop are joining forces to speed up the deployment of the sustainable recharging infrastructure. The two companies have announced a partnership for deploying a public network of more than 50 charge points for electric vehicles along Spain and Portugal's principal roads before the end of this year. Currently, fourteen charging stations distributed across six Autonomous Communities are at an advanced stage of development.The agreement includes the installation of ultra-fast (350kW), super-fast (150kW) fast (50kW) and semi-fast (22kW) charge points. This will involve First Stop providing the sites where the chargers are to be located, with Iberdrola supplying the equipment and installing and managing it.Users will be able to locate all of these charge points on the Iberdrola Public Charging App, which is the only one that certifies the operability of electrical chargers in Spain. Users can use the App to geolocate the charger, book the charge point and pay via their mobile phone. Users will be able to access this infrastructure to charge their electric car batteries in approximately 30 minutes using 100% green energy from clean, certified renewable sources (Guarantee of Origin, GoOs).