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Currently in Nigeria an E2W is up to 21 times cheaper to drive compared to ICE 2W while it was 8 times cheaper before the removal of the fuel subsidy.What does the removal of fuel subsidies in Nigeria mean for the future of electric mobility in the country?
In this technical brief, jointly presented by Africa E-Mobility Alliance and Clean Tech Hub Nigeria, we explore the profound implications of this policy change on the trajectory of transportation in Nigeria. The technical brief provides an analysis of how electric mobility can gain significant traction and shape a sustainable future for Nigeria’s transportation sector.
In February 2023, the Kenya Power Lighting Company PLC (Kenya Power) applied for a tariff review to Kenya’s energy regulator, EPRA. A significant aspect of the initial application was the proposed special tariff for electric mobility. As a prominent stakeholder in the e-mobility ecosystem, Kenya Power has been actively promoting e-mobility and recognizing it as a critical area that will sustain profitability and increase shareholder value.
In response to the approval of the proposed e-mobility (EM) tariff, the Africa E-mobility Alliance held a virtual meeting on April 4th 2023 with different e-mobility stakeholders within and outside of Africa to discuss the new tariff and what it means for the Kenya E-mobility industry, which currently has 1,350 registered vehicles on the road and 35 e-mobility companies operating in the country
This report is the first of a two-part series in collaboration with UN Habitat & the Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) on the barriers to and policies for electric mobility in Tanzania. The first report is on the barriers to e-mobility in Tanzania and was led by the Africa E-Mobility Alliance (AfEMA), and supported by UNH/UEMI. The next report will be on the policies for e-mobility in Tanzania and is also supported by AfEMA.
The Association for Electric Mobility and Development in Africa (AEMDA) with support from UNEP and Kawisafi launched the e-mobility country profiles for Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia and Zimbabwe and the Call to Action for the support of e-mobility in Africa. Read and sign the Call to Action letter here
This report informs stakeholders of the present barriers to E-mobility entry and business in Kenya. It covers six thematic areas of importation, policy, standards, standardisation, stakeholder engagement, and consumer awareness. Participating companies in this report represent more than 60% of Kenya’s E-mobility market players.
The Association for Electric Mobility and Development in Africa (AEMDA) is an industry association that is fast-becoming a representative voice for the E-mobility industry and private sector players. Its core objective is lobbying Governments and development partners towards adoption and implementation of progressive measures that make electric mobility accessible to all. By being the voice of E-mobility players, the Association is here to support private sector players in accelerating adoption of innovative, cleaner and more affordable transport solutions.
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