Emissions production and energy consumption are continuously and exponentially increased worldwide. European Union annual reports concerning mobility and transport reveal that transportation sector has the highest share in energy consumption while road transportation constitutes the second contributing factor in CO2 emissions. The shift towards a more sustainable mobility seems to be an urgent need and alternative fuels and electromobility are considered the key solutions for more environmental-friendly transportation systems. The scope of this paper is to identify the good practices related to electromobility and alternative fuels already implemented or planned to be implemented in nine European regions. The good practices are classified and evaluated for their effectiveness and their transferability potential constituting a useful guide for policy makers and stakeholders. Results showed that the transferability of a practice highly depends on regional characteristics and indicators and that similar region profiles present higher transferability potential.