Nairobi, Kenya: In a remarkable stride toward environmental sustainability, Ebee has announced a significant reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions achieved through its e-bicycles.
From October 2022 to September 2023, a total of over 350,000 kilograms of CO2 emissions have been saved, contributing to a greener and healthier future.
E-Bee Africa’s electric bikes have successfully saved 133,662 kilograms of carbon dioxide (CO2) when compared to traditional motorbikes. In the case of cars, the CO2 savings amount to an impressive 199,300 kilograms.
The impact extends to buses, with a substantial reduction of 41,167 kilograms of CO2, and in comparison to e-scooters, E-Bee Africa’s electric bikes have contributed to saving 14,206 kilograms of CO2. These figures underscore the significant environmental benefits and sustainability achievements of E-Bee Africa’s electric bicycles initiatives.
It further highlights the positive impact of embracing sustainable transportation options and a commitment to mitigating climate change.
“At E-Bee we are not just a company, we are a movement towards sustainable living. The CO2 savings achieved through our electric bikes showcase the immediate impact individuals can have on the environment by making mindful transportation choices,” said Olivia Lamenya, General Manager, E-Bee Africa.
The cumulative CO2 savings across various modes of transport highlight E-Bee Africa’s commitment to fostering a greener and more sustainable future. By consistently reducing carbon emissions, the company is actively contributing to the global fight against climate change.
“This data not only underscores the immediate impact of choosing electric bikes over traditional transportation but also emphasizes the pivotal role that individual choices in urban mobility can play in creating a more environmentally conscious society. E-Bee Africa’s dedication to sustainability goes beyond numbers, reflecting a profound commitment to shaping a cleaner and healthier world for current and future generations,” added Olivia
As E-Bee Africa strides towards its vision of having one million electric bikes on the road by 2030, the company stands as a key player of sustainable urban mobility. The CO2 savings serves as a testament to the immediate impact and transformative potential of E-Bee Africa’s electric bikes.
About E-Bee Africa
eBee is a pan-African e-mobility company dedicated to creating jobs by providing sustainable e-mobility solutions. eBee sells and rents e-bicycles to consumers and businesses and operates a fleet of last mile delivery riders. The company was founded in 2021 in Kenya and is now operational with electric bicycles in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.
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