The Chilean government launched the National Electromobility Strategy, which establishes a set of measures to transition to electromobility.
The government focuses on regulation and incentives to develop electromobility, considered by a cornerstone to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.
100% of electric vehicle sales by 2035 will be zero emissions.
The vehicles concerned by the measure are:
- light and medium vehicles;
- public transport (buses, taxis and collectives);
- major mobile machinery, including extraction trucks and heavy mining machinery.
100% of the sales of minor mobile machinery, including agricultural, forestry and construction machinery, will be zero emissions.
100% of the sales of freight transport and intercity buses will be emission-free.