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KENHA Favors Electric Vehicles To Battle Climate Change

The Kenya National Highways Authority(KENHA) has urged Kenyans to embrace the use of electric vehicles and motorcycles to reduce carbon emission. The Authority’s director general Eng Kung’u Ndung’u said electric vehicles are more viable and eco-friendly compared to petrol-powered vehicles. He said the transition will enhance environmental conservation and create a greener future for the country. https://t.co/aAEkwtsneJ

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  • Peter Karanga

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    KENHA's preference for electric vehicles (EVs) in combating climate change is a commendable and forward-thinking approach. Electric vehicles have the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution compared to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. By prioritizing EVs, KENHA demonstrates a commitment to sustainable transportation and aligns with global efforts to transition to cleaner and greener mobility solutions. Encouraging the adoption of electric vehicles not only helps address climate change but also improves local air quality and reduces dependence on fossil fuels. This decision sets a positive example for other organizations and governments to prioritize sustainable transportation alternatives in their efforts to combat climate change.

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    • Peter Kamau

      31 w

      This is a welcome call by the highways authority. EVs adoption will lower our carbon emissions

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      • Videlis Eddie

        31 w

        nice call from KENHA

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        • Tabitha Kimani

          31 w

          This organization could be of great influence to the public in embracing EV vehicles.

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          • Gorffly mokua

            31 w

            This is great news!💚💚💚👏

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            • George Kariuki

              31 w

              Transportation is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, and switching to electric vehicles can help to reduce these emissions.

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              • walter lungayi

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                Promoting the use of electric vehicles is a positive step towards combating climate change. By favoring electric vehicles, KENHA is encouraging the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on fossil fuels. This move can contribute to cleaner air, improved public health, and a more sustainable future.

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                • Princess

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                  This is a commendable move toward sustainable transportation solutions.

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                  • Jane Wangui

                    31 w

                    @princess_nel_268 Kenyans should embrace EVs for the sake of the environment.They just need to be persuaded more and reminded that they are better.

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                  • rosebellendiritu

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                    Am sure if all areas are observed properly i.e like fast charging points e.t.c the public will embrace it.

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                    • DIPANJANA MAULIK

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                      Oil or gas fired vehicles emit toxic fumes at the respiratory level of humans and cause serious health impacts. EVs are free from such health problems. The riding comfort is reported to be better for EVs. If the challenges of waste battery disposal is managed well and concept of ZEV (Zero Emission Vehicle) are realized then it will be really great.

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