Electric mobility provides a sustainable and efficient alternative to transport, reducing pollutant emissions and stimulating technological innovation. Despite infrastructure and cost challenges, the future outlook is promising, with increasing adoption of electric vehicles and government incentives.
When it comes to energy transition, electric cars quickly appear in the conversation. This solution is one of the alternatives to help in the decarbonization of the transport sector. Countries like China, Norway and now the United States — in 2022, Joe Biden, President of the USA, launched the goal of reaching 2030 with half of all new cars sold in the country electrified
How is the energy crisis impacting mobility? Traditionally, the main means of transport, such as cars, motorcycles, buses, trucks and aircraft, use fossil fuels for their operation. However, with the need for the energy transition to maintain the environment and the crises that have been occurring not only in Brazil, there is a need to think about the future of mobility and electric vehicles emerge as the solution.