This is a really interesting story of a practical experience of an owner having to import his own EV and how he did, and what it cost to import and operate.
Kenya is just perfect for electric vehicles. Kenya has really excelled in increasing the share of renewable energy in its electricity generation mix. A whopping 93% of electricity generation in Kenya is from renewable energy sources. This mix includes significant contributions from wind farms, geothermal power plants, hydropower, and some utility-scale solar. In meeting its renewable energy generation targets, Kenya has found itself in an interesting position where the country has excess capacity at times, especially at night when demand drops significantly.
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Iyadi Iyadi had enough problems with his ICE car and maintaining it became very expensive. He then decided to ditch the ICE and get an EV. After some extensive research, he decided to buy the 35.8 kWh 2019 VW eGolf.