KenGen pilots 4 electrical automobiles in Kenya

Kenya Electrical energy Producing Firm, KenGen has unveiled 4 electrical automobiles (EVs), together with two SUVs and two double cab pickup vehicles in Kenya.

KenGen’s feat is a part of its environmental and financial sustainability plan to scale back international greenhouse fuel (GHG) emissions by inspiring confidence for wider adoption of electrical automobiles throughout the nation.

The corporate can also be getting ready to put in greater than 30 EV charging stations throughout the nation in 2023. KenGen will use price and setting knowledge from the 4 EVs to transition its fleet to EVs, additional demonstrating the KenGen’s function in elevating its place in attracting funding from inexperienced initiative funding funds.

KenGen CEO and Chief Government Officer Abraham Serem famous that the pilot EV items will present them with a complete evaluation of the viability of the EV transition, whereas additionally offering insights into preliminary expertise decisions for the electrical charging infrastructure within the nation. .

“I’m happy to report that we plan to roll out round 30 EV charging stations in main cities throughout the nation over the following yr,” Serem mentioned.

KenGen mentioned it has two electrical automobile charging stations in Nairobi and Naivasha and plans to put in three extra by the top of 2023 in Murang’a, Embu and Kisumu counties throughout the firm’s energy crops.


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