Full Energies in partnership with Ampersand, a Rwandan-primarily based enterprise launched an electric motorcycle battery swapping and charging stations in Kenya.

This initiative is in line with Whole Energies’ climate ambition of web zero emissions by 2050.

Complete Energies has actively been on an energy transition journey in Kenya and 141 out of 226 provider stations in their network are now powered by photo voltaic.

With almost 400 bikes on the road and 35,000 swaps for each thirty day period, Ampersand is groundbreaking the switch to electric motorbikes which they imagine will conserve on gas and upkeep while doubling the boda boda drivers’ profits.

Ampersand aims to present a match-for-objective motorbike, a reputable battery that prices fewer than fuel, and innovative swap technological know-how. This indicates the Kenyan motorcycle industry will enjoy affordable thoroughly clean electrical power while every single driver making use of the Ampersand electrical bike lessens carbon emissions by more than 80%.

Boda boda riders in Nairobi will be able to swap in Full Energies Hurlingham, Dagoretti, and Mountain Look at services stations.

The battery swap is carried out inside of minutes and the swap stations will allow drivers to exchange their depleted batteries for recharged kinds in the different locations.

The charging stations will provide clean, very affordable, and reliable electrical power powered by electricity which is in line with Full Energies’ mission.

Total Energies and Ampersand are building a Kenya that is driven by clean up power that is accessible, safe, and inexpensive for all.