The briefing “Zero-emission vehicle deployment: Europe, Middle East, and Central & South Asia” has been prepared by the International Council on Clean Transportation and gives an overview of the status of ZEV development in the Eurasian region
economies. EV adoption is still at a very early stage for most countries in Eurasia, although several countries are scaling up EV sales of passenger vehicles.

Ukraine and Jordan have higher EV market shares for passenger cars than other emerging economies, at 1.5% and 1.1%, respectively, as of 2020. Early signs of EV uptake are apparent in Lebanon, Nepal, Turkey, Serbia, and Belarus, with market shares between 0.1% and 0.3%. The region has a number of EV opportunities and success stories in the areas of manufacturing; import, distribution and assembly; purchase and usage incentives; charging infrastructure; and shared mobility. 

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