- Uber launches an electric bike fleet in Kenya, a first in Africa
- USA & Kenya Govt Signs Ksh.8.7 billion deal to power electric buses
- Iran strengthens Uganda-Kenya collaboration in the automotive industry
- Ford appoints Caetano as its official distributor in Kenya
- Kenyan President Launches Toyota Fortuner Assembly Plant in Mombasa
- Kenya's President, inaugurates the largest electric motorcycle assembly plant in East Africa.
- Kenya Aims to Host More Automakers
- Russian automakers are eyeing East African assembly plants
- Metro Trans East Africa Limited Acquires Five New Electric Buses
- Kenya is developing a National Electric Mobility Plan to combat pollution
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In Nairobi, Kenya, Uber has announced the introduction of electric motorbike taxis, claiming that this is a first for the firm in Africa. The American cab company's decision coincides with plans by the Kenyan government to introduce electric vehicles throughout the nation as part of a green transportation initiative. Uber announced the Read More..
President William Ruto has signed an agreement for Ksh.8.7 billion with an American corporation, the United States' Millennium Change Corporation (MCC), to finance the purchase of electric buses for Line 2 of Nairobi's Bus Rapid Transit system. In New York, President William Ruto met with MCC CEO Alice Albright to finalise the agreement. Read More..