The United Arab Emirates ranks first in the region and seventh globally in readiness for the era of electric vehicles
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has ranked first in the region and seventh globally among the most ready markets for the era of electric vehicles.
According to the results of the “Global Electric Mobility Readiness Index – GEMRIX 2023”.
Which is issued by Arthur D. Little, a global management consulting firm.
This reflects the UAE’s commitment to promoting sustainable mobility and its goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.
The United Arab Emirates is a pioneer in adopting electric mobility.
Moreover, the report stated that the UAE government has been a pioneer in promoting the adoption of electric mobility.
As evidenced by several initiatives, including the Dubai Green Mobility Initiative 2030.
Which aims to provide nearly 42,000 electric vehicles on the streets of Dubai by 2030.
One of the key aspects of this effort is the Green Charger Initiative for Electric Vehicles.
which has significantly expanded the availability of charging stations in the country to nearly 700 stations.
While the infrastructure is expanding continuously to accommodate the growing number of electric vehicles.
The UAE topped the list of emerging electric vehicle markets along with Hong Kong.
The UAE and also Hong Kong are on the top of emerging electric vehicle markets list.
Because both countries scored 57 points.
In fact, this highlights their commitment to electric mobility despite operational and financial challenges.
Also, both markets are witnessing significant progress in developing infrastructure and customer acceptance of electric vehicles.
The UAE’s commitment to electric mobility and sustainable transportation is yielding positive results.
Due to continued government support and through collaboration with the private sector, the country is on track to become a leader in this field.