Electric vehicles—whether scooters, cars, buses, or trains—are an attractive option across the region. Small countries such as Barbados and Uruguay have taken advantage of their limited geographical area to put a national infrastructure in place for charging electric vehicles. Among big cities, Santiago, Chile, has led the way on electric buses; in Colombia, Bogotá, Medellin, and Cali are all expanding their fleets. Costa Rica, for its part, is seeking to capitalize on its virtually 100% renewable power grid by having more of its public transportation run on electricity. Many countries have adopted tax incentives to promote electric mobility.