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Africa E-Mobility Week to explore EV challenges and opportunities

Clean Technology Hub (CTH) is set to host the Africa E-mobility Week Conference and Exhibition that will bring together key stakeholders from across the electric mobility ecosystem, including EV producers, charging station developers, investors, and policymakers.

These stakeholders will discuss the challenges and opportunities of e-mobility in Africa and identify ways to accelerate the green transport revolution on the continent.

CTH in collaboration with the Drive Electric Campaign, Africa Climate Foundation (ACF), Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), Africa E-mobility Alliance (AfEMA), and the Energy Transition Office (ETO). This highly anticipated event is scheduled for October 25, 2023, in Victoria Island, Lagos.

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The conference, themed “Accelerating the Green Transport Revolution: Powering the Future with EVs,” will feature panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, and networking opportunities. Topics to be covered include policy and regulation, technological innovation, financing, and infrastructure development.

According to the organisers in a statement, the conference’s primary aim is to provide a platform for stakeholders to engage in meaningful dialogue and explore strategies to promote the adoption of sustainable mobility solutions in Nigeria and across Africa.

“By spotlighting the issues and challenges impeding sectoral growth, the conference aims to envision a seamless integration of electric vehicles across the continent,” it said.

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