An initiative to encourage the use of electric vehicles (EVs) was announced by the city governor of Ulaanbaatar, the Mongolian capital.
Road User Charges (RUCs) and Road Space Rationing Regulations (i.e., odd-even licence plate usage limitations intended to lessen daily vehicle congestion) are no longer applicable to electric vehicles (EVs).
The Minister of Energy presented at the Cabinet meeting on how to address the issue of the electricity supply in the event that electric vehicles are widely used.
The minister highlighted that, in accordance with international agreements and conventions, Mongolia is one of many nations in the world that encourage the use of electric vehicles in the fight against climate change and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Million automobiles are now registered in the nation, with a few thousand of those operating in the capital. Only a small portion of them are electric cars.
As a result, some actions must be taken to promote the usage of electric vehicles. In Mongolia, 7–60 kWh electric vehicle charging stations have been in operation.
The Mongolia Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Mongolia launches its own electric vehicle. The Mongolian business Bars Motors, which began producing its own automobiles at the end of last year, has so far put an electric vehicle on the conveyor.
They’re referring to the Mozo Hero small SUV, which was the first electric vehicle ever built in Mongolia.
Of course, the model isn’t unique. The Suzuki Jimny is theoretically comparable to the Chinese Hengrun HRS1, which is the source material for the Mozo Hero (short wheelbase, high ground clearance).
Although Mozo Hero has a 44 hp synchronous electric motor mounted on the back axle, it cannot be compared to the “Japanese samurai” in terms of cross-country capability, power, or power reserve.
It is coupled to a traction battery with a meagre 28.2 kWh of capacity. According to the NEDC cycle, the power reserve is 305 km, and the top speed is 102 km/h.
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