Nairobi, March 3 -- Power producer KenGen plans to collaborate with the National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK) to instal electric mobility charging infrastructure at some of the latter's petrol stations.

Speaking during an e-mobility stakeholder briefing on Tuesday Mr David Muthike, KenGen's general manager of strategy and innovation said one of the challenges facing the transition to e-mobility was charging infrastructure and where to put them.

KenGen had earlier told the Business Daily it plans to install 30 new charging stations in six towns in the next three years to add to the existing two charging stations piloted in Nairobi and Naivasha.

"We aim to roll out charging infrastructure and an issue we have noted is the space; where...