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  • How Africa is set to blow past the rest of the world on electric motorcycles

    Posted on :Friday , 22nd December 2023

    Europe is chugging along slowly but surely in the transition from noisy, polluting combustion engine motorcycles to quiet, efficient electrics. Asia has already made impressive progress, and North America is, well, making an attempt. But Africa could be poised to leap past everyone as several countries adopt ambitious plans to put millions of electric motorcycles on the roads.

    Much of Afr. . .

  • State-owned Automobiles will Use Renewable Fuel

    Posted on :Tuesday , 31st October 2023

    The Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA) has started the cycle pointed toward making all administration vehicles utilize packed flammable gas (CNG) to reduce oil based commodities expenses.


    The GPSA Acting Head of Correspondence and Advertising, Mr Peter Mayila, expressed as of late in Morogoro that to execute the prog ram in this monetary year will begin with three . . .

  • Tanzania Pushes for Internal Combustion Vehicles to Save Cost

    Posted on :Tuesday , 4th July 2023

    In the wealth of natural gas residues in Tanzania, people in general is encouraged to change over their petroleum or diesel-filled vehicles to natural gas to save cost and decrease fossil fuel byproducts, africanews reports.


    With an underlying venture of 65 million bucks, the Tanzanian government carried out a task focusing to supply 30,000 families with Compressed Natural Ga. . .

  • Yamaha Motor Co. has begun testing for a last-mile delivery service in Tanzania

    Posted on :Monday , 5th June 2023

    Yamaha Motor Co stated today that its group subsidiary CourieMate Co has inked a partnership agreement with Tokyo-based Wassha Co, a startup establishing enterprises in Africa, to commercialise a last-mile delivery service in Tanzania. Based on this arrangement, the two businesses are conducting real-world proof-of-concept (PoC) testing across the nation.


    CourieMate, a Yamaha. . .

  • Tanzania pioneers the transition to electric vehicles in East Africa

    Posted on :Tuesday , 25th April 2023

    According to a recent analysis, Tanzania is gaining progress on e-mobility quicker than any other East African country.


    According to the Africa E-Mobility Alliance report, which was issued last month, Tanzania has at least 5,000 electric cars (EVs). However, due to a variety of problems, e-mobility remains a "very young" business.


    High import fees, uncertai. . .


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