Market Research Report
Latin America Electric Bus Market- Growth, Trends, and Forecasts (2020 - 2025)
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|Latin America Electric Bus Market- Growth, Trends, and Forecasts (2020 - 2025)|
|Published: August 1, 2020||Content info: 80 Pages||
The Latin America electric bus market is anticipated to register a CAGR of about 15% during the forecast period (2020 - 2025).
New Contracts of E-Buses is Contributing the Market Growth
Electric bus purchases are expected to increase, supported by continuous government initiatives to promote e-mobility, and the overall e-bus adoption is likely to reach a new level during the forecast period.
For instance, in 2019, Mexico City has ordered 63 battery trolleybuses from the Yutong a Chinese bus manufacturer, in which 40 of the buses have already been received by the Mexican government, and the remaining 23 are scheduled to be delivered by year-end. The buses are double drive consisting of battery-electric and overhead line components.
In 2018, Yutong has been awarded the contract of supplying 100 electric buses, these buses are of the E12 variety to be delivered in Santiago de Chile. The order follows another order, where the city ordered 100 electric buses from BYD.
Chile will drive the Electric Bus Market
In past in comparison to other developing countries such as China and India, Latin American countries have a comparatively less strategic interest in electric buses but from the past few years, governments are actively laying out their plan for the adoption of electric buses in the future.
Local governments have made several announcements to electrify their public transport. For instance, Chile is leading from the front to reduce emissions and air pollution with the adoption of electric buses. The country is scheduled to host the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 in December 2019. Chile has also announced that by 2040 it will achieve total electrification of its public transportation fleets. Already Chile has one of the largest electric bus fleets in Latin America as it added 200 new e-buses in Santiago, which is one of the most polluted cities in Latin America. Previously Santiago has announced its plan to make 80% of its buses electric by 2022, and now it is expected to add 500 more electric buses by 2020.
Similarly, Colombia in its National Electro Mobility Strategy planned to reach 600,000 electric vehicles by 2030, and Ecuador has made it clear with the announcement that all new vehicles which will be added into the public transport fleet will be electric from 2025. According to the Costa Rica national decarbonization plan, it is planning to have an all-electric fleet of buses and taxis by 2050. Whereas many other countries are providing incentives for electric vehicle customers, like Peru lifted tax from electric vehicles in 2018.
The major players in the market studied include Daimler, BYD, Yutong, Zhongtong Bus, and King Long, among others. The companies are expanding their presence by making strategic alliances, acquiring regional players, introducing new bus models, and making partnerships with governments. For instance,