Rwanda launches public electric vehicle charging stations

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Rwanda’s EvP charger network has launched the first multipurpose electric vehicle charging station in the country.

An electric charging station supplies electric energy to charge plug-in electric vehicles including cars, bikes, trucks, buses and others.

The company is working together with the government to promote green transport, zero carbon emission vehicles & providing a reliable charging network. Rwanda is continuously working with more innovative brands like Guraride who recently rolled out smart bicycle sharing docking stations to push its #GoGreenRwanda campaign.

EVP Charger Network has now started rolling out electric charging stations dubbed EVPlugin across the country, with the first being in Kacyiru, the first of 26 Electric automobile charging stations that will be set up across Rwanda by December, 2021.

Tony B. Adesina, the founder of EvP charger network (also behind Gurarides) said he chose Rwanda as the first African country to kick off their projects in the eMobility sector due to her policies on eMobility & Green Transport along with incentives that create enabling environment for businesses to thrive.

With more updates like digital payments hopefully to be added, what do you think of this eMobility campaign happening in Rwanda? Let us know in the comments section.

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