An electric motor powers an electric vehicle (EV) as opposed to an internal combustion engine, which produces power by burning a mixture of fuel and gases.
Therefore, in order to solve issues such as increased pollution, global warming, the depletion of natural resources, etc., such a vehicle is considered as a potential substitute for current-generation automobiles.
Even though the idea of electric cars has been around for a while, it has attracted a lot of attention in the last ten years due to the growing carbon footprint and other environmental effects of fuel-powered cars.
EVs can be charged overnight at home, giving them enough range for routine trips.
Although regenerative braking or traveling downhill can help reduce this by charging the battery packs, longer or more difficult trips may need charging the fuel cells before users arrive at their destination.
The Vanuatu 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.
Many Vanuatu residents will find energy efficiency in land transportation novel, particularly if electric vehicles are introduced.
It is crucial that some policymakers, including senior government officials, are educated on the advantages of transitioning to electric vehicles.
Vanuatu imports more than million litres of gasoline annually. Land transportation accounts for the lion’s share of this, followed by electricity.
It is safe to state that the land transportation industry in Vanuatu is the main source of GHG emissions.In order to clearly determine the viability of lowering GHG emissions through the deployment of energy efficiency measures in Vanuatu’s land transport sector, Vanuatu has issued this CTCN request.
This technical support aims to demonstrate the viability of decreasing GHG emissions in Vanuatu’s land transportation industry by putting energy efficiency measures in place,by introducing Electric Vehicle.
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