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London supports international companies in Kenya doing green homes, mini-grid and electric mobility

The UK government is announcing a series of green investments in Kenya, worth £132 million, more than $183 million. The investments support Kenya’s green transition, through the construction of eco-friendly housing, funding for electric mobility and rural electrification via green mini-grids.

The UK funding will also enable the development of electric mobility in Kenya. This will be possible thanks to a 6.2 million dollar investment by ARC Ride to develop its fleet of electric vehicles. The British company created its subsidiary ARC Ride Kenya a year ago. The aim is to offer transport by tricycle, commonly known as “tuk-tuks”. This mode of transport has developed enormously in African countries, particularly in Nigeria and Egypt.

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