Electric mobility uses one or more electric motors to generate transportation. Currently, this type of mobility offers solutions for small trips and low weight (with bicycles, scooters and electric motorcycles) as well as long trips and heavy weight (with electric public transport vehicles).
One of the main advantages of electric mobility is that it improves people’s quality of life by not emitting toxic gases. Furthermore, as electric vehicles do not have combustion engines, they avoid the emission of tonnes of greenhouse gases, which in turn helps in the fight against the effects of climate change .
That is why it is considered essential to achieve sustainable mobility and obtains more and more support around the world through public policies related to the electrification of urban public transport, changes in tax policies, creation of regulatory frameworks to regulate it and even its integration in projected urban infrastructures.
It must be noted that this technology is constantly evolving, making electric mobility increasingly efficient and creating new uses for it: lorries, aircraft and electric boats that are in an experimental phase would mark the beginning of the electrification of all mobility.
In short, electric mobility has come to stay and will mark the future of transport. A more efficient, eco-friendly and sustainable transport.