Country Profile Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay, has a population of 1.3 million, more than 30% of the country’s population. Uruguay’s GDP per capita is US$16.245, which is amongst the highest in the region. In 2014, its per capita CO2 emissions were 2 tonnes. Uruguay has undergone a structural transformation of its electricity system, as such more than 90% of the electricity generated now comes from renewable sources. Transportation is the sector with the second highest energy consumption in Uruguay and is the main consumer of petroleum derivatives and the largest emitter of CO2 (MIEM n.d). This can be explained by the fact that 82% of the motorised trips are completed in private vehicles with an average annual growth of the light-duty vehicle fleet of 7%. As for the public transport system, it is mainly busses operated by five private operators, and taxis. However, recently there are also micro-mobility providers pushing into the market. Montevideo is trying to advance the transition to an inclusive, adaptable, efficient and low carbon transport system. Therefore, within the MOVES project (for more details see below) , the Municipality of Montevideo, known as Intendencia, in cooperation with different national ministries aims at the integration of 100 e-buses, e-cargo-vehicles and e-taxis. It will begin in the metropolitan area of Montevideo and should serve as a model for replication in other cities in Uruguay. It is expected that this project will result in direct CO2 emissions savings of at least 115,000t and indirect savings of at least 165,000t 10 years after the completion of the project.