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MAX & Kofa Partner for TAILG Jidi Electric Motorcycle Financing in Ghana

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Lagos-headquartered MAX describes itself as a technology-enabled company driven by a vision to solve mobility challenges in Africa. continued] The post MAX & Kofa Partner for TAILG Jidi Electric Motorcycle Financing in Ghana appeared first on CleanTechnica. MAX’s website adds.

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1,000th Electric Motorcycle Sold Via GOGO & Watu Partnership in Uganda

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GOGO, formerly known as BODAWERK, and its asset financing partner Watu have just celebrated a key milestone. The 1,000th electric. continued] The post 1,000th Electric Motorcycle Sold Via GOGO & Watu Partnership in Uganda appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Kenya’s Largest Bank To Provide 100% Financing For Riders To Acquire 100,000 Electric Motorcycles!

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The KCB Group is the largest financial services organization in East Africa in terms of asset size. The Group is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with subsidiaries in Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Burundi.

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Spiro Secures $63 Million Financing Solution To Expand Its Fleet Of Electric Motorcycles, Batteries, & Swap Stations

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Spiro, a leading electric motorbike manufacturer and clean energy provider in Africa, has so far deployed over 9200 electric motorbikes across Benin, Togo, and Rwanda.

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Bboxx & Spiro Sign Major Asset Financing Deal For Electric Motorcycles

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I have been quite bullish on the transition to electric mobility on the African continent. Unlike in developed nations where the transition is taking off big time — especially in the electric […]

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Watu Credit Partners With ARC Ride to Increase Number of EV Battery Swap Stations in Nairobi

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Watu says it has been at the forefront of asset financing for two- and three-wheeler vehicles. So far, the company has financed the purchase of over 100 electric assets in Kenya. Watu’s e-motorbike financing model enables customers to acquire an electric motorcycle for as little as Ksh 450 daily (US$3 per day).

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Ampersand Secures $9 Million Debt Facility From US International DFC To Scale Operations

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A number of startups focused on electrifying the motorcycle and motorcycle taxi (boda-boda) market have now entered the boda-boda space in Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda. They have adopted several models, including battery leasing and swapping services, hoping to entice boda-boda operators with the lower opex costs of electric motorcycles.

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