Repsol has signed a strategic agreement with Bolt to accelerate the transition to electric mobility for small fleets and self-employed VTC and cab drivers operating with Bolt. In this way, Repsol becomes Bolt's approved energy supplier with a comprehensive recharging service and with the guarantee that the origin of the electricity is 100% renewable.This agreement will begin to be rolled out in the Spanish cities of Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga-Costa del Sol, and Seville and will later be extended to other cities in the country. Through the agreement, the multienergy company offers a turnkey solution for the installation of recharge points and supply in homes and offices, as well as very relevant discounts in any of Repsol's public recharge points to fleets and selfemployed drivers that are part of the new Bolt VIP program, an exclusive program that offers important advantages in a wide range of essential services for the development of the activity. In addition, all fleets and self-employed drivers who sign up for Repsol's home electricity tariff will receive 50% of the recharge price.Bolt VIP represents another step in the construction of a community in Spain, within the Bolt platform, to continue advancing and improving innovation within the VTC sector in the country. In the current economic climate, Bolt VIP is a clear support to small fleets and self-employed drivers working with the company, and it demonstrates the commitment that it has with them to help protecting their income and ensure their daily work.Repsol currently has more than 1,200 public charging points installed, of which more than 520 are operational. The majority is located at service stations, thus, positioning the multi-energy company as the leader in fast charging at service stations in the country. Bolt is the European super-app with more than 100 million customers in over 45 countries and more than 500 cities in Europe and Africa. The company aims to accelerate the transition from car ownership to shared mobility by offering better alternatives for each use case, such as ridesharing, car and scooter sharing, as well as food and grocery delivery. Bolt offers micro-mobility services in more than 170 cities in 20 countries in Europe.