Latin America and Caribbean Electric Mobility Community of Practice
The Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Electric Mobility Community of Practice is an interactive network comprising national and subnational governments, technical institutions, academia, private companies, not-for-profit and other international organizations addressing real-time policy, financing and technical barriers and solutions related to electric mobility in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is a platform for ongoing collaboration to allow peer to peer learning, a deeper understanding of the options available to overcome barriers, continuous access to tools and expert assistance, and to foster leaders that will serve as coaches for other countries in the region. The Electric Mobility Community of Practice is designed with a bottom up approach in order to address the main barriers for the transition to electric mobility in the LAC region and to offer support to countries to do so.
Participating countries: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, others TBD
|Survey on barriers and solutions to electric mobility||March|
|Online moderated discussion on barriers and solutions for electric mobility||May, June, August, November
|Selection of LAC cities for advisory support||May|
|Coaching session to selected cities||June, July, August|
|In person workshop||November|
|Roadmap for implementation||November|
|Sharing of tools, technical resources, and access to advisory support||March-December|
|Lessons learned report||December|
Credits: Benoit Colin/EMBARQ.