Paving the way for electric mobility in South-East Asia
At a major intersection in Jakarta, Indonesia during a recent morning rush hour, a low rumble permeates the sticky air. Dozens of motorbikes and scooters idle impatiently at a stoplight. As the light turns green, the rumble crescendos into an ear-splitting drone as the two-wheelers accelerate away.
This scene plays out all day, every day at major intersections across South-East Asia, where motorized two-and three-wheelers, such as motorcycles, scooters and tuk-tuks, are the transport of choice for many.CONTINUE READING ON: www.unenvironment.org