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Solar Taxi And Partners Launch Electric Bikes

Press Release

Nov. 17, 2022, 11:08 a.m.

Solar Taxi, in collaboration with CalBank PLC, AFD - Agence Française de Développement (AFD), SUNREF, the European Union (EU), and the Energy Commission of Ghana, launched energy-efficient Electric Bikes to the Ghanaian Market.

The launch was held on Thursday, 17th November 2022, at the CalBank Head Office Auditorium.

This partnership reinforces our commitments and their efforts to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy as per the United Nations Sustainable Goal 7.

With the increasing concerns about environmental pollution and greenhouse emissions caused by fossil fuel use, our aim is to contribute to a clean and healthy environment through sustainable and affordable transportation in the sub-region.

The bikes being launched are a part of the Solar Taxi’s Electric Vehicles (EVs) range, which will essentially be used for economic activities involving delivery/courier services.

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Over the next 2 (two) months, we will create 300 direct jobs for the Ghanaian youth. Solar Taxi offers an engineer training program, Female Engineering Academy (FEA), which trains women in the engineering field, helping to bridge the gender gap.

The trained engineers form a core part of the engineering team responsible for the bike assembly and maintenance.

Get in touch with Solar Taxi at 030 296 2356 or email info@solartaxi.co on all social media platforms @solartaxigh and visit our website at www.solartaxi.co.

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