Promoting energy efficiency in government transportation systems: A transition roadmap and criteria for a readiness analysis
Adrián Flores Aguilar,
Marcos Hidalgo Arellano and
Leda Peralta Quesada
No 57, Studies and Perspectives – ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for The Caribbean from Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)
The present study explores opportunities and challenges to increase energy efficiency in government vehicle fleets through electrification. It identifies international best practices in relation to fleet electrification, suggests the most suitable comprehensive approach for a fleet transition, and recommends the most immediate actions to deploy. Considering the leading role that the public sector plays in promoting the use of renewable energies and enhancing energy efficiency, the study presents a roadmap for government fleet transitions of vehicles that have equivalent alternatives in the market.
Keywords: TRANSPORTE; SISTEMAS DE TRANSPORTE; TRANSPORTE PUBLICO; RECURSOS ENERGETICOS; RENDIMIENTO ENERGETICO; INNOVACIONES TECNOLOGICAS; FINANCIACION; POLITICA DE TRANSPORTE; DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE; TRANSPORT; TRANSPORT SYSTEMS; PUBLIC TRANSPORT; ENERGY RESOURCES; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS; FINANCING; TRANSPORT POLICY; SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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