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The market for electric vehicles in Namibia appears to be expanding well. Namibia has intentionally chosen to concentrate on converting Land Cruisers, other off-road 4×4 vehicles, and retrofitting delivery vans despite the fact that it is already capable of converting any vehicle into an eco-friendly electric vehicle.
Including delivery trucks in its list of conversions is a particularly smart move, especially given the recent boom in online shopping and the delivery business in general.
The goal of e-Car Namibia is to stimulate the EV commercial conversion market in Namibia. The market for electric mobility in Namibia appears to be expanding well.
Additionally, they recently investigated an on-demand delivery service and e-bike manufacturer in Namibia. Beginning with the conversion and upcycling of internal combustion engine vehicles into electric vehicles, e-Car Namibia is examining several facets of the EV ecosystem.
In Africa, EV conversion businesses are finding that converting Land Cruisers is fairly popular. Other businesses in Tanzania, South Africa, and Kenya are converting these to electricity.
The single cab Toyota LC79, which is a popular platform for the bulk of game drive vehicles used by lodges and game reserves, governments, NGOs, farmers, and the mining industry throughout Africa, serves as the foundation for the “eCruiser” from e-Car.
The retrofit’s design was inspired by a setup utilised by a German-based partner company that has successfully converted a number of game drive vehicles in Tanzania. According to e-Car Namibia, a Land Cruiser is fully priced.
The Namibia Electric vehicle market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Today at its United Nations House in Windhoek, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Namibia and UNICEF Namibia officially launched the Vehicle-Grid-Integration (VGI) and Electric Vehicle (EV) initiative.
The first of its sort in Africa, UNDP Namibia Resident Representative, is this historic occasion. The goal of this pilot project is to demonstrate the solution to internal and external stakeholders in order to spur the wider adoption of EVs throughout the nation. It is the first installation of VGI technology in Namibia and the first at a UN site in Africa.
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