Kenya wants to develop a policy to guide tax measures for recharging electric vehicles and has already invited an audit into the impact of e-mobility on the fuel levy.
The Kenya Roads Board Fund (KRBF), mainly financed through the proceeds of a Road Maintenance Levy Fund
eWAKA has launched electric motorbikes in response to Africa’s expanding transportation requirements through the introduction of electric options.
The Vehicle options include electric bodas, the backbone of the local delivery sector in Africa and ride-sharing options, including scooters and electric vehicles.
The company aims to increase
After years of making losses, Kenya’s power distributor, Kenya Power, is now eyeing electric vehicle market in a bid to expand its revenue bracket.
The company is currently in talks with at least five e-mobility firms for the carbon-free transport market.
According to Kenya Power management, the