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The share of rechargeable vehicles among new registrations should reach 50% by 2025, an agreement signed in Biel on Monday envisions.
By 2025, plug-in vehicles should account for 50 percent of new registrations in Switzerland. Private players have reached agreements with the Confederation, cantons, cities and municipalities to expand the electric mobility roadmap.
The Federal Ministry of Environment, Transport and Energy announced that high-level representatives of the Confederation, cantons, cities and municipalities, as well as operators of automotive, electricity, real estate, vehicle fleets, signed an agreement to this effect in Biel on Monday. DETEC) in a press release.
The first phase of the electric mobility roadmap from 2018 to 2022 aimed to achieve a 15% share of new passenger car registrations. A target already achieved by the end of February 2021.
The roadmap has been expanded under the leadership of DETEC Simonetta Sommaruga. Three new targets were defined for the new phase. The share of plug-in vehicles (100% electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids) in new registrations should reach 50% by the end of 2025. It currently stands at 25.5%.
The second goal is to have 20,000 charging stations accessible to everyone by the end of 2025. At the beginning of 2022, there were about 7,150 public charging stations in Switzerland (www.je-recharge-mon-auto.ch).
Finally, the qualitative goal of “user-friendly charging and service of the grid, at home, at work or on the road” was also set. To achieve these three goals, the actors of the roadmap commit themselves voluntarily.
A total of 59 organizations are participating, with 75 measures including 44 new and 31 updated or expanded. DETC explains that multi-stakeholder measures are one of the key elements of the new phase. These measures focus on particularly important challenges, such as charging in a building with several flats, charging in the neighborhood, and recycling and use of second-hand traction batteries.
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