Electric Mobility

UN Environment’s Electric Mobility Programme supports developing and transitional countries shift from fossil fuel to electric vehicles. 

Today’s transport sector is almost completely dependent on fossil fuels but this doesn’t have to be the case. Leading by example, countries like Norway and China have put in place policies to support the use of electric vehicles with measurable success. Such practices need to be scaled up and replicated around the world.

We draw on our extensive network and country contacts to promote electric mobility. This includes the development of policies, exchanging best practices, piloting of technology options, tracking electric vehicle uptake, calculating emissions and economic benefits as well as supporting the formulation of electric mobility roadmaps at national and regional levels.

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Moldova presents first ever auto fuel economy baseline and trends, and sets course for electric vehicles

The Republic of Moldova’s Carbon Finance Unit, together with the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, have released the first results of an in-depth study of the country’s vehicle imports…

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The eMob Toolbox

Apart from the Global Electric Vehicle Policy Database, UN Environment offers free tools to estimate the national potential of electric vehicles to save energy, reduce greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions as well as calculate the costs associated with a shift to electric mobility. The eMob calculators are available for:

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UN Environment’s Electric mobility Programme supports countries, with a special focus on developing and emerging economies, in introducing electric mobility. Read our latest reports and publications Learn more

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