E-Mobility Trends and Targets

SLOCAT is tracking the announced targets of countries, regions, cities, companies and major automobile companies to show their growing ambition to scale up e-mobility (cars, taxis, trucks, two/three-wheelers and others). The database serves as a central hub for policy makers and researchers to identify good practices of electrification for a wide range of transport modes. It also provides the basis to inform electrification policy dialogues, including debates towards COP26.

An upgrade was released in September 2020 with an improved interface to enhance user-friendliness. Users can now directly filter, sort and export the data through the browser.

The overview of e-mobility trends and targets covers:

 

 

Phase-out targets by countries and regions

A few countries and regions and regions have announced plans to phase-out fossil fuel vehicles and shift to e-mobility. Leading examples are shown in the map above. Countries and regions with the intention to phase out fossil fuel-powered vehicles by year:

2025: Norway
2030: Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Nepal, Netherlands, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
2032: Scotland
2035: Colombia
2040: British Columbia, California, Canada, France, Portugal, Spain, Sri Lanka, Taiwan (Province of China)
2050: Cabo Verde, Costa Rica, Japan, Mexico

 

The map below does not show the most recent changes (UK’s new 2030 target).

Overview of E-Mobility Targets

SLOCAT maintains the following database on e-mobility targets by countries, regions, cities, companies and major automobile companies. It covers major announcements and developments that support the electrification of the vehicle fleets. The source for every item is included in the database and all information are based on publicly available sources. It will be constantly updated and expanded with the latest information. Please share any comments, new announcements or any other feedback directly with Nikola Medimorec (nikola.medimorec@slocatpartnership.org).

The current overview was released in September 2020.

Find the e-mobility target overview here on Tableau. The previous version of the overview from January 2020 can be accessed here.