Chile

Promotion of Electric Urban
Mobility
in Uruguay




Implemented by

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Objective

Strengthen capacities in sustainable urban mobility planning and lay the foundations for a National Programme for the Promotion of Electric Urban Mobility through a nationwide programme that includes the development of technical, regulatory, and financial instruments

Challenges in the region

  • The transport sector generates 58% of Uruguay's CO2 emissions, the second largest amount in terms of energy consumption and the largest in terms of fossil fuel consumption
  • An increase in the private vehicle fleet, (44% of households have a car and 30% have a motorbike) generating a reduction in the demand for public transport
  • While there are public policies that favour sustainable mobility, there is no strategic process at the national level to coordinate efforts
  • Favourable conditions for electromobility: 98% of the energy grid in Uruguay is renewable, there are 55 electric taxis in Montevideo and the first electric route in Latin America with 50 charging stations throughout the country

Location

Uruguay

 

Project

National-level Plans (NUMP)

 

Overall Project Amount


0
Euros

Implementation period

October 2018 -  2020

Project phases

1

Initiation

Institutional agreements. Planning of activities
2

Analysis of the Status Quo

Inventory and evaluation of the urban mobility situation in the country, complemented by workshops in five cities in order to obtain a perceptual diagnosis of mobility at a local scale (outside Montevideo)
3

Vision, objectives, and measurements

Development of the participatory phase of policy definition, design of the capacity building programme. Financing mechanism for Electric Mobility, development of national technical guidelines
4

Detailed design

Priority measures, pilot application of technical guides, presentation of results, evaluation and future projection, development of the Road Map and institutional design for the implementation of the Policy

Expected results

1

National Programme for the Promotion of Electric Mobility

Financial tools and mechanisms to promote public and private investment in electric vehicles
2

Eight national workshops

In at least five cities with public and private actors to build different project strategies: benefits, identification of needs, opportunities and presentation of results and feedback on electromobility
3

Technical guides for mobility

Development of a Technical Guide to incorporate Sustainable Urban Mobility criteria into urban territorial planning and a Technical Guide for urban electric mobility planning. It includes two pilot exercises for application at the urban level
4

Design of regulatory instruments

Design of regulatory instruments and standards for electric vehicles in the urban environment
5

Training programmes

Development of a capacity building programme for public and private actors

Latest related news

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June 25, 2020

Participants included Chile, Ecuador, and Uruguay, which are developing their national policies and plans with support from EUROCLIMA+.

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Latin American partners of EUROCLIMA+ partners meet during Sustainable Transport Week in Latin America and the Caribbean

February 28, 2020

EUROCLIMA+ promotes sustainable and low-carbon urban mobility in Latin America

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Latin America speeds up the transition to electric mobility in the region

December 12, 2019

The findings and recommendations of the third edition of the regional report on electric mobility in Latin America

 

Tools and resources

Project poster


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Team

Equipo NUMP 1

Antonella Tambasco

NUMP            
Coordinator

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining

 

Ignacio Simón

Project Movés                    

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining

 

Beatriz Olivet                

National Directorate of Energy         

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining

Equipo NUMP Uruguay 2

Valentina Vincent                                  

Project Movés            

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining  

 

Paola Visca                                         

NUMP Coordinator            

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining

Partners

 

Main applicant

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining

MIEM Uruguay

 

 

Ministry of Housing and Territorial Planning  – Division of Climate Change

MVOTMA Uruguay

 

Secondaries:

  • Ministry of Transport and Public Works
  • Ministry of Economics and Finance
  • Departmental Governments
  • National Administration of Power Plants and Electrical Transmissions (UTE)
  • National Fuel, Alcohol and Portland Administration (ANCAP)
 

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