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Kenya to invest over $2m in e-mobility projects

Kenya’s state-owned power company plans to invest 302.5m Kenyan shillings ($2.2m; £1.5m) in e-mobility projects over the next three years.

Most of the money will be spent on setting up electric vehicle (EV) charging stations around the country, in addition to Kenya Power’s second charging station launched on Monday.

Kenya Power said in a statement that it was looking to set up nine other charging stations across Kenya by the end of July, plus “10 additional facilities annually in 2025 and 2026”.

Its CEO says the EV stations will collect data to “inform the next steps of our support to the growing e-mobility industry”.

The company also announced plans to increase the number of electric vehicles and motorcycles in its fleet, with 34 purchases planned by the end of the year.


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