KenGen on Tuesday, November 24 unveiled its first ever four Electronic Vehicles-EVs in a move to support its diversification ideas in the E-Mobility sector.
The ideology goes in line with the Company’s perfected plan to lead Kenya’s transition from Gasoline-Powered vehicles to Electric Vehicles-EVs in order to overcome climate change in solving transport hardships.
The Four Electronic Vehicles, which include; Two SUVs and Two Double-Cabin Pickups will be used for data collection and policy development as the company gears up to install over Thirty EV charging stations across the country next year.
“I am happy to announce that in 2023, we are planning to significantly set up at least Thirty EV charging stations in major towns in the country”, the acting CEO and Managing Director Abraham Serem said in Nairobi during the launch.
KenGen Electronic Vehicles venture is strategically part of the company’s Environmental and Economic Sustainability roadmap to reduce global Green House Gas emissions.
On the other hand, the company will use the cost and environmental data from the Four EVs to transition its fleet to EVs.
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Furthermore, the company is magnificently demonstrating a key role in elevating its economical position by attracting investment funds financing green initiatives as well.