June 13

Ghanaian Clean-Tech Startup Kofa to Take Its Battery Swapping System to Kenya, Togo

By Tom Jackson

Ghanaian startup Kofa, a forerunner in battery network solutions which is currently rolling out an e-motorcycle in its home market, plans to take its battery swapping solution to Kenya and Togo in the neat future.

Kofa aims to create an affordable and customer-driven electricity network powered by portable batteries and renewable energy. It has developed a multi-use high-capacity battery system named Kore2, alongside a battery swapping network, as it bids to foster a sustainable energy future in West Africa.

Photo courtesy of Tahir Osman.

Source: Disrupt Africa (link opens in a new window)

Energy, Transportation
electric vehicles, renewable energy