In a developmental story, Distributed Power Africa(DPA) is embarking on the distribution of Electric Vehicles (EV) charging stations across the country.
The move follows the launch of Energy Polices last year and Electric Vehicle.
This comes amid the country at government level is working round the clock to enhance environmentally friendly cars.
According to Divyajeet Mahajan, DPA Zimbabwe Chief Executive Officer, the EV stations will be rolled out along the country’s highways that links major urban cities. This will help motorists with easy access of power stations.
“Our charging stations will easy a major concern of consumers looking to move to EVs, by removing the fear of running out of battery on their journey,” he reiterated.
Most developed nations have already embraced E-mobililty and according to the latest global demand Electric Vehicles have zero emissions.
The initiative by the energy company is an addition to their usual solar offering.
“Electric vehicles have zero emissions and we are excited to add this innovation to our solar offering. We have grown our commercial and industrial energy deployments, and bundling our solar solutions with EV charging infrastructure will add the transition to cleaner energy.”
The energy company has already installed first three EV charging stations in Msasa. 17 others will be distributed across the country.