Swedes on mission to change public transport through electric matatus

The Swedish citizens seek to promote the use of electric matatus in Kenya. PHOTO | COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • Opibus reckons that matatu operators can save up to 80 per cent yearly in costs should they switch to electric drive.
  • The company pointed out that converted minibuses stand to recoup their investment in a year, to be followed by huge savings thereafter.

What’s your typical matatu like?

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