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Moving Chile

As of: April 2021

Global decarbonisation of the transport sector is necessary to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. Therefore the project supports Chile, a forerunner in Latin America, in developing and piloting a financing mechanism for electric mobility. The financing mechanism is supposed to stimulate private investments in charging infrastructure and/or the purchase of electric vehicles. Also the project supports the Chilean government in putting decarbonisation of the transport sector on the international agenda. A transport event with ministers from relevant ministries is organised for that purpose. During the COP25-presidential year 2020/21 a special meeting of transport ministers will take place. The dialogue of the transport ministers aims at adopting a joint declaration on the role of the transport sector within the NDCs and to develop long-term strategies serving the implementation of mitigation actions.

State of implementation/results

  • The project has developed an economic model and three potential financing mechanisms to support the implementation of electric buses in mid-sized Chilean cities.
  • Organisation of a regional workshop on the topic "Strenghtening the Role of Transport in new Nationally Determined Contributions" in cooperation with the IKI-project TraCS (…) and the EU-funded project EUROCLIMA+ under the auspices of the Chilean COP-presidency. Representatives of various Transport Ministries and Environmental Ministries from 13 countries participated in the workshop (…).
  • As part of the COP25 presidency a "Transport Day" was conducted in the Chilean Pavillon. Around 100 representatives from governments, international organisations and civil society participated (…).
  • Production of a video clip for the Chilean COP-presidency on the need to strenghten climate objectives in the transport sector (…).

Project data


Implementing organisation:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Political partner(s):
  • Ministry of Environment (MMA) - Chile
  • Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications - Chile

Implementing partner(s):
  • Ministry of Environment (MMA) - Chile
  • Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications - Chile

BMU grant:
2.000.000,00 €

08/2019  till  12/2021

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