Solar-Powered Vehicles & Tricycle Launched In Nigeria

The days of being terribly drenched by rain while commuting on tricycle seem to have gone following the launch of Solar-powered and Electrical four and three-wheel vehicles in Nigeria.
The innovation is aimed at enhancing transportation in Nigeria. Another photo…
This is in compliance with the UN struggle to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 13 on Climate action, officially known as Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda.
The Osun State Chairman of Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria (TOAN), Adewale Folorunsho observed that: “It is clean and non-polluting with zero emissions.
“This is a very good innovation. We will be using the sun to make money now and not just fuel. It’s perfect for our country and environment,” Folorunsho noted.
The technology was launched by a Nigeria-based company, Oldang International Limited at the Lekki Conservation Centre.
Speaking at the launch, Oldang Managing Director, Olubunmi Oluwadare said that the aim of this innovation and introduction to Nigeria is to create solution in transportation and also jobs through decent transportation system
The company, however, pleaded with banks and stakeholders to invest in this invention.

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