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First electric motorcycle charging station opened in Luanda

The first battery charging station for electric motorcycles was inaugurated this Wednesday by TotalEnergies Marketing Angola and Bob Eco, in a ceremony attended by the general director of TotalEnergies Marketing Angola, Claire Dutertre, the director for the area commercial of Bob Eco, António Quilanda, and the CEO of Kubinga, Emerson Paím.

: Platinaline

This new charging station is located in the capital, more specifically at the TotalEnergies gas station in Miramar.

However, TotalEnergies Marketing Angola does not intend to stop there, planning the annual installation of three charging stations at their respective gas stations in the country, which will contribute to the sustainability of the environment, with the reduction of the carbon footprint, writes Platinaline.

It should be noted that Bob Eco concerns a motorcycle taxi service that operates through a mobile phone application with electric motorcycles, the operation of which is being carried out using the Kubinga application.

Although this service is already present in other countries on the continent, it has only now entered the country with the first 150 units in operation in the capital, however, the aim is to expand throughout the country, aiming to increase mobility offers and stimulate self-employment.

According to Platinaline, the batteries can be removed and charging lasts two hours, using a portable charger.

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