eWaka Launches Program to Make Transportation in Africa Easier

eWaka Launches Program to Make Transportation in Africa Easier (News Central TV)
eWaka Launches Program to Make Transportation in Africa Easier (News Central TV)

eWAKA, Africa’s new market entrant, has officially launched a response to Africa’s expanding transportation challenges.

It is now currently sourcing funds to build a local African assembly facility and extend existing IT capabilities for increased customer protection and improved transportation vehicle operational performance.

The platform services include a full range of electric cars for a variety of customer categories, including delivery firms, healthcare providers, hotels, and universities.

Electric bodas, the backbone of Africa’s local delivery business, and rideshare options such as electric kick start scooters and bicycles are among the vehicle options.

The platform’s long-term answer to the unique transportation and delivery difficulties of ‘the last mile’ will improve transportation businesses’ financial and operational performance.

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The company’s EV mobility alternatives will reduce pollution such as greenhouse gases, CO2, and noise while also providing attractive affordability due to lower energy pricing than fuel.

“We are extremely pleased to have officially launched eWAKA as there is tremendous growth potential in providing Africa with increased access to electric vehicle options. 

“eWAKA’s planned services will address frustrating and disruptive mobility experiences by offering a sustainable solution that will increase connectivity, improve efficiencies and offer safe environmentally friendly transportation,” said Celeste Vogel, Co-founder, Chief Executive Officer & General Counsel of eWAKA.

The launch of eWAKA is in accordance with the continent’s goals of using renewable energy and green energy in major businesses.

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Against a backdrop of remarkable reductions in the cost of renewable energy technology, Africa’s learning curve for clean energy adoption is improving.

In countries like Morocco, Kenya, Senegal, and Zambia, transformative private sector investments have resulted in some of the best solar PV costs in the world.


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