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Smarter Mobility Africa
Solutions that combine telematics and AI have become essential for fleet managers and drivers, helping them pre-empt risks, reduce costs, and improve driving behaviour.
The number of electric vehicles in Africa could increase significantly if only charging infrastructure could keep up with market interest. Strides in micro-mobility in East Africa point to a potential growth point.
The City of Kigali and green e-mobility public transport company GURARIDE unveiled a bicycle sharing scheme to reduce carbon emissions and the city's dependency on automobiles.
The potential of micro-mobility through motorbikes and three wheel vehicles to supercharge Africa's e-mobility sector lies in collaboration, yet at the same time requires more participants to really get going.
In an effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions, a report compiled by the City of Cape Town's Department of Enterprise and Investment along with GreenCape conveys insights about the electric vehicle ecosystem.
Copper, lithium, cobalt and nickel were the most discussed metals among the social media influencer conversations on the topic of electric vehicles.