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23 Sep 2022

Analysis: Why E-Mobility adoption in sub-Saharan Africa is still a challenge

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Energy Access
Finance and Investment
Regulatory and Governance
Renewable Energy
E-Mobility

The E-Mobility Toolkit is developed by Electricity Lawyer , and provides a detailed country-by-country overview of the adoption of electric mobility for the productive use of energy in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

The toolkit provides an overview of electro mobility (e-Mobility), including its various forms and components. It highlights the factors driving the adoption of e-mobility in SSA and showcases a comparative analysis of the adoption of e-mobility in SSA alongside global trends.

Finally, the toolkit dives into the policies and legislation on e-mobility and, on a country-by-country basis, analyses e-mobility adoption in all 49 SSA countries. It concludes by highlighting some of the challenges to large-scale adoption of e-mobility across SSA and offers recommendations to scale up e-mobility adoption across the region.

 

It is originally published on ESI Africa