Electric Vehicle Charging Station Africa

Contexte

WHAT?

The Future of Mobility is Electric. Transport is one of the main sources of urban air pollution. This sector contributes approximately one quarter of all energy related carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere. Fuel consumption by transport is expected to increase rapidly due to urbanization and economic growth especially in Africa where the urban population is expected to account for 66% of the total population by 2040, so it really is the right time to switch to Electric Vehicles (EVs).

This business plan proposes developing a suitable marketing concept that encompasses, in particular, service design, site identification and pricing for Public Charging Stations. It also envelops how to increase consumer base for sustainable development and revolution of the motor vehicle industry.

Objectifs

POWER- Africa has varying power requirements and power supply abilities. However solar power is ever present and reliable to fuel the establishment of such a project infrastructure – Substantial charging infrastructure investments are needed to fill the charging gap. Infrastructure costs are relatively modest and steadily decrease on a per-electric-vehicle basis and the costs for public charging infrastructure will decrease substantially on a per electric vehicle basis.CAPITAL- EV charging stations are relatively cheap to set up since not much space is needed. However, they vary according to the functionality and output. Moreover, motor vehicle companies need to come into the market to facilitate the establishment of such.