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Regulatory and technological developments within the e-Mobility sector have demonstrated goodwill from the government as described in the holistic Roadmap to e-Mobility in Kenya document which is available for download below. Despite all this, there is no overarching framework galvanising sector player activities and strategies when it comes to accelerating e-mobility in Kenya as yet.

It is against this reality that the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Kenya and the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce for Eastern Africa have commissioned this high-level landscape assessment as a knowledge base and precursor to accelerating the uptake of e-mobility applications in Kenya. The development of this document was funded by the German Federal Foreign Office as part of the GEGEC – German Embassy Green Economy Cycle 2021.

The purpose of this document is to characterize the current actors in the e-mobility sector, identify the key barriers and opportunities, and highlight the priority areas that can advance the sector. This builds on several studies that have been completed in the recent past.

Parallel to the preparation of this document, a working group was formed under the auspices of Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA). 

The e-version of this document is available for download by clicking on the link below. 

Roadmap to e-Mobility in Kenya