A vehicle that uses one or more electric motors for propulsion is referred to as an electric vehicle (EV). It can be run on electricity from extravehicular sources, a collector system, or a battery to run on its own.
An electric motor replaces the internal combustion engine in all-electric vehicles, often known as battery electric vehicles (BEVs).
The Uganda 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.
Kiira Motors will make 5,000 electric automobiles in Uganda every year. Uganda’s state-owned Kiira Motors Corporation, also known as KMC, is putting a lot of effort into starting to produce 5,000 electric cars annually by 2021, including buses.
The Chinese manufacturer CHTC Motor Co., Ltd., a division of the state-owned Sinomach Automobile Co., Ltd., aids the business in achieving its goals. The government of Uganda is beginning to realise its goals.
A production facility for electric vehicles is now being built in Jinja, a town located 9 kilometres from Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The goal of this project is to battle air pollution in major cities like Kampala, where old vehicles serve as public transportation, as well as to modernise the car fleet in Ugandan cities and create jobs.
Buses that will serve public transportation in the major cities of Uganda will be made by the state-owned Kiira Motors Corp. According to the authorities, the facility, once it is operational, would be able to produce 5,000 electric cars annually, which will be sufficient to meet Uganda’s needs as well as those of sub-regional markets.
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