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Kenya’s electric mobility transformation can offer a model for other countries

To accelerate the shift to e-mobility, emerging economies must use a comprehensive strategy to confront barriers to electric vehicle adoption, say experts. Image: Unsplash/Ather Energy

Leila Yim Surratt

Director of Strategy and Engagement, World Resources Institute

Sarbinder Singh

Director of Investments, P4G Partnerships

Aklilu Fikresilassie

Director, Thriving Resilient Cities, WRI Africa


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