Alternet Systems (ALYI), U.S battery, e-motorcycle, and military applications manufacturer has confirmed plans to roll out a comprehensive Electric Vehicle (EV) Rideshare and rental solution in Africa beginning with electric motorcycles.
ALYI CEO Randell Torno has reportedly been in Nairobi to coordinate with all pilot parties and partners on the various aspects of the ALYI electric motorcycle pilot.
ALYI recently launched a comprehensive pilot bringing together a host of partners in Kenya to support a soup-to-nuts eco-friendly electric motorcycle alternative to Africa’s robust motorcycle taxi market currently dominated by over 1 million combustion engine bikes.
The Denver-based company is looking to open an assembly plant in Kenya, to complete manufacturing in Africa for ReVolt Electric Motorcycles to be sold across the continent.
ALYI apparently plans to use the assembly factory in Kenya to complete manufacturing ReVolt Electric Motorcycles to be sold throughout the continent. ALYI already previously announced $1.5 million in confirmed orders for its ReVolt Electric Motorcycles to be delivered in Kenya
ALYI confirms having an order for 2,000 electric motorcycles but adds that the current pilot is uncovering a much larger opportunity.
The pilot is being conducted in conjunction with the 2,000 electric motorcycle order, the fulfillment of which is being finalized with results from the pilot.
ALYI is also building a comprehensive EV ecosystem solution designed to advance the entire EV sector with perpetual contribution to EV technology advanced by the ongoing participation of EV industry leaders.
The company is targeting the participation of brand-name EV industry leaders in an annual EV symposium and conference anchored by an EV race event in Kenya.
The objective of the EV symposium and conference is to advance EV technology by building EV solutions for the African market – a power-constrained, rugged environment with one of the lowest per capita transportation deployments in the world.
EV solutions designed and built-in Africa will contribute to building an autonomous African economy but will also be applicable the world around. ALYI plans to make a major announcement next month regarding the EV race that management expects will garner substantial attention to ALYI’s overall EV Ecosystem strategy.
ALYI has seeded its EV ecosystem solution with the development of its own EV motorcycle business and has recently initiated an Electric Motorcycle pilot program in Kenya which is already generating results expected to set ALYI’s EV business apart from the competition.
ALYI has designed its EV ecosystem solution to include democratized participation. To achieve this, the firm has partnered with Revolt Token to finance ALYI’s growth by offering participation in the EV ecosystem through the sale of Revolt Tokens.
ALYI plans to make a major announcement later this month regarding the EV race that management expects will garner substantial attention to ALYI’s overall EV Ecosystem strategy.