Kenya gets $378 million to electrify its public transport system
The European Union has provide Kenya with $378 million in funding to power the country’s electric Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system.
The BRT system is expected to provide a faster, more efficient, and more affordable means of transport. Dubbed BRT 3, the transit line will feature zero-emission electric buses and will introduce intelligent transport system features. With the new funding, the government of Kenya will be able to further expand the BRT system, which renewable energy sources will power.
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