Congress of Electric Mobility San José 2022 Will Analyze Costa Rica’s Route for Zero-Emission Transport

    The country has decided to carry out a series of actions to decarbonize transport and the economy

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    On July 1st, the San José Electric Mobility Congress 2022 will be held, which aims to accelerate the path that the country must follow to achieve the goals towards zero-emission mobility.

    This Congress, organized by the Electric Mobility Association (ASOMOVE), will include the participation of government authorities, representatives of factions of the Legislative Assembly, the private sector and various organizations that promote zero-emission mobilization.

    Topics such as “The country’s route for the 4 years towards the decarbonization of the transport sector“, “Legislative proposals to accelerate zero-emission transport” and “Enabling conditions to operate electric buses”, will be some of those that will be discussed in this Congress.

    “The country has decided to carry out a series of actions to decarbonize our transport and the economy. In this Congress, the different actors from public and private organizations will propose concrete actions to accelerate the electrification of our transport” said Silvia Rojas, Executive Director of ASOMOVE.


    This Congress will be held at the facilities of the Federated College of Engineers and Architects (CFIA), in Curridabat, admission to the event is free, with limited space. To enter, people must present the QR that they will receive when registering, which can be done at the following link:

    Electric Mobility Fair

    In parallel, the Electric Mobility Fair will be held, where you can see a variety of vehicles, motorcycles and electric bicycles, as well as financing and charging options. This space will be open to the public and will take place throughout the day on the CFIA esplanade.

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