Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) will spend KSh10m (around $66,000) in the current fiscal year to erect more electric vehicle (EV) charging points within major cities as it stands pivotal in supporting the country’s electric mobility transition.
The plan will see the state utility work with private investors, which will finance and handle the bulk of the stations. This is set to streamline the uptake of EVs while also generating additional revenue streams for KPLC given the growing popularity of clean transport.
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