Kenya’s Tech Magazine has announced it will host the country’s first Electric Vehicle and Renewable Energy (EV & RE) Summit next week as the race to net zero heats up.
The event slated for November 26th at the University of Nairobi Towers (Auditorium) is high level business forum based on the dual themes of business engagement and thought leadership from the most senior, influential and informed people in government and corporate scene to explore how Kenya can advance to full emobility.
“Most connected people in the EV space have been invited to attend and shall be active participants, shaping the debate and the contours of the new electro-mobility industry,” said the event organisers in a press statement.
The just concluded United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow greatly touched on the need for all sectors of the economy and stakeholders to be environmentally conscious and to continually monitor their carbon emissions.
“This event presents a platform to address issues of climatic change and the role the automotive industry has in reducing the Carbon emissions that greatly contribute to climatic change,” according to the magazine.