Electromobility worldwide has advanced significantly, and it is estimated that by 2025 there will be more than 40 million electric vehicles in operation. In the case of Peru, although incipient, the electromobility market shows great potential. National public policies seek to promote electric mobility as an alternative to mitigate the environmental impacts of urban … [Read more...] about Electric mobility will allow Lima to come out of the health crisis better prepared for a climate crisis
Rafael Capristán is an Economist and works as an IDB Transportation Specialist in the Lima Country Office. At the IDB he has participated and led various teams for the design and execution of infrastructure and transportation projects. Before joining the IDB, he worked in the Peruvian Ministry of Economy and Finance as a specialist in project evaluation, especially Transportation projects. He has also been a consultant in the private sector on development and infrastructure projects.