Micromobility Industries Launches Global Incentives and Subsidiary Tracker

Research and advisory firm, Micromobility Industries has launched a Global Incentives and Subsidiary Tracker for small electric vehicles.

This tool provides up-to-date information on over 400 government incentives and subsidies in over 30 countries, allowing users to easily compare the options and benefits available to them.

The tracker also includes information on relevant regulations and policies in each country.

The tracker is a first of its kind database of government incentives and subsidies available for small electric vehicles worldwide
Horace Dediu, Co-founder of Micromobility Industries, said:

“The launch of the tracker is an important step forward for the micromobility industry as a whole. As more individuals, organisations and governments recognise the benefits of small electric vehicles for sustainable and cost-effective transportation, this tool will play a critical role in supporting their adoption and promoting micromobility around the world.”

Small electric vehicles can be a sustainable and cost-effective means of transportation, and their use has grown significantly in recent years. However, the upfront costs of these vehicles is often a barrier for their uptake.

Government subsidies and incentives can therefore play a crucial role in encouraging adoption, and Micromobility Industries aims to help more people to benefit from these schemes.

James Gross, CEO of Micromobility Industries, said:

“The first challenge is people don’t know these incentives might be available to them and the second challenge is that many government websites are hard to parse and understand. By providing a centralised database of information on incentives and subsidies for small electric vehicles, the tracker will help individuals make more informed decisions. It will also support policymakers and industry stakeholders in understanding the landscape of incentives and subsidies for small electric vehicles, and how they can be improved to better support sustainable mobility.”

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