Kenya Power has trained its eyes on transport angling for a pie of the growing electronic cars industry.
In the last few years, the phenomenon of electric motorisation or e-mobility has grown exponentially, electronic vehicles are estimated at over 7.2 million and electric motorcycles at over 65,000 globally.
The growth is primarily being driven by the adoption of progressive green energy policies by global leaders, as the world rallies to save the planet from further environmental degradation due to human activity.
On Tuesday, Kenya Power exuded confidence in the new development and banks on partnerships to power the new machines and offer Kenya the opportunity to drive clean cars.
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