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The cost of charging an electric car per hour in Nairobi

The world is changing rapidly and we can not in any way resist change. One of these changes is the introduction of electric cars. The whole world is embarrassing it and Kenya is one of the countries keeping up with the changes.

ChargeNet Kenya the zero emission mobility products and service subsidiary of Mayleen Corporation is playing a key part in this transformation through installation of Electric Vehicle charging stations in Nairobi. The centres will provide the equivalent of petrol stations for electric cars.

It will cost Ksh 80 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) when the free charging promotion ends. With the recent hike in the price of petrol in Kenya do you think this is a better option or the introduction of electric cars has not solved the problem.

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