Impacts analysis of the implementation of the National Electromobility Strategy
To bolster the National Electromobility Strategy (ENME) we studied the possible social, economic, environmental, and health impacts that achieving the Strategy’s 2050 goals could have.
Energy and Low Carbon Development
Provide SEMARNAT with an analysis of the climatic, social, economic, and health impacts of the ENME that allows it to quantitatively estimate the benefits associated with said strategy to promote it amongst other government institutions. A technical instrument to monitor the implementation of such Strategy and its actual impacts was also needed.
A robust numeric model of the vehicular fleet and its behavior projected from 2020 to 2050 for three scenarios involving the use of electric vehicles: business as usual, ENME, and massive electric public transportation.
The expected impacts like the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, job creation, deaths avoided, increase in energy demand amongst others were presented to the environmental authority as well as the Calculating Tool designed to monitor those impacts.