It increases to 30% from 2030

20% increase in government purchases of electric and hybrid cars from 2025

Green cars are shipped free of charge until December 31, 2021. From the source

The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy directed government agencies in the emirate to raise the percentage of electric and hybrid cars in their annual purchases of vehicles to at least 10% until the end of 2024, to reach 20% from the beginning of 2025 until the end of 2029, and 30% from the beginning of 2030. These apply. The percentages on cars purchased and leased.

Deputy Chairman of the Council, Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, said that the directive supports the "Smart Dubai" initiative, which aims to make Dubai the smartest and happiest city in the world.

For his part, the Secretary-General of the Council, Ahmed Butti Al-Muhairbi, indicated that the percentage of purchase of hybrid and electric vehicles reached 8% in the government fleet by the end of 2019, before the Council decided to raise the percentage to 20% starting from 2025 until the end of 2029, provided that it reaches 30% as of 2030. The authority provides more than 240 “green charger” stations for charging electric cars in various locations in Dubai. Owners of non-commercial electric cars registered in the “Green Charger” service can charge their cars for free until December 31, 2021, exclusively on The authority's public charging stations, not in the home charging stations

As for commercial vehicles belonging to governmental and semi-governmental institutions, companies, and agencies, the charges for charging are 29 fils per kilowatt-hour.

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