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Kenya Power, the country’s sole power supplier has lofty plans over the next four years to convert 2,000 gasoline – and diesel-powered cars and trucks to electric power. In line with this plan, it has an installed generation capacity of 3,321MW, versus peak demand of 2,132MW and off-peak demand of roughly 1,100MW. In 2020, the government stated that it could require real estate developers to incorporate electric car charging stations between 2020 and 2025. While we can not say with certainty if this has scaled, there are signs of considerable adoption already. Reportedly, there has been an increase in charging stations for electric vehicles in Nairobi, the country’s capital. As EVs are becoming more popular, there is also an increase in the charging infrastructure set up by electric mobility businesses.

  • Marine Stephan

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    This is great! You should send a climate love to Kenya Power

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