Electric vehicle revolution in the Philippines Caught (up) in traffic

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It started with the deployment of the electric jeepneys and tricycles 5 years ago. Today, vehicles are the rage in the Philippines public transport being the application of the e-vehicles. Makati has 3 operational e-jeepney routes the first e-vehicles to be registered and the franchise for public transport. have been operating in Global City in Taguig as as in limited numbers in Puerto Surigao and Boracay. During the 2nd Vehicle Summit held May 24-25, 2012 at the Meralco models of various electric for private and public transport use on display for people to inspect and

These included cars, tricycles, jeepneys and a bus. mention goes to the Segway and its clone, which featured personalized modes that are not in the same category as most of the on display.

Mitsubishi s entry in the market is via the MiEV . a unit of was donated to the Department of Energy

The REVAi is a small car produced by an company. The logo on the car is of the leading company in the country.

A locally assembled electric that is now popular in tourist like resorts.

The 4-wheeled dubbed as the E-quad that is assembled.

Variants of 3- and 4-wheeled including one (visible on the left) is designed as a pick-up or delivery All are made by local companies.

motorcycles with one having a which is the same form of the tricycles that are the dominant transport mode in local many small cities and areas in the country.

The electric jeepney that is locally assembled with the and controller the only major that are imported. I think model is the latest one and has a more motor that allows the to negotiate steeper slopes. models are currently operating in City (CBD) and as shuttles in mall complexes and industrial

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Another e-trike with similar to the Thai tuktuks and a 4-wheeler, made to look the popular Hummer vehicles.

scooters on display outside the venue

The electric bus imported by a affiliated with Victory one of the largest provincial bus companies in the was a popular attraction during the

There are still many pertaining to the deployment or operations of in the Philippines. Among the more ones involve costs and the for infrastructure such as charging to support e-vehicles. Unlike the in other countries, especially in the e-vehicle initiatives in the Philippines are for public transport rather for private use.

In fact, the DOE s project together with the ADB to the deployment of 100,000 e-trikes to traditional tricycles around the This seems to be a small considering Metro Manila has about 250,000 legally tricycles (there are quite illegally operating units) and an more than 1.5 million units around the country. But initiatives if carried out and evaluated systematically and objectively will go a long way to addressing transport in this country. The Makati already provide a good for replication elsewhere and soon, studies will be underway to such vehicles in comparison the traditional jeepneys and the emerging variant.

With an impending law that provide incentives for electric, and other alternative-powered vehicles, will be here to stay and effect a transformation of Philippine

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