- Kenya's electric motorcycle drive is boosted by battery swapping
- Electric tricycles from Mobility for Africa receive $2m from Infraco
- Kengen introduces four EVs in an effort to expand into the e-mobility sector
- Global Auto is named as the BMW Group's Egyptian importer
- Redawa Motors signed MoU to form first Ethiopian industrial park
- American EV start-up Rivian partners with Kenya's MWCT
- Little Introduces Electric Bikes Aimed for Kenya's Mass Market
- Kenya Power will invest $331,000 in a test project to switch to electric vehicles
- 16 additional African nations are now on BMW SA's export list
- E-motorcycle companies rely on asset financing
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Sets of strong, brightly labelled battery switching stations have sprouted up across Kenya's capital Nairobi in recent months, allowing electric bikers to exchange their low battery for a fully charged one. It is the beginning of an electric motorcycle revolution in Kenya, where combustion-engine motorbikes are a cheaper and faster way to Read More..
In Zimbabwe, InfraCo Africa, an investment business of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), has inked a US$2 million (Z$723.8 billion) contract with the start-up Mobility for Africa to deploy 400 electric cars in rural regions. The cars, known as "hambas" (go ahead, in the local Ndebele language), are solar-powered and Read More..