The Africa E-mobility Week Conference and Exhibition being organized by Clean Technology Hub (CTH) in collaboration with the Drive Electric Campaign, Africa Climate Foundation (ACF), Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), Africa E-mobility Alliance (AfEMA), and the Energy Transition Office (ETO) will hold in Victoria Island Lagos on October 25.

According to the organisers, The conference’s focal objective is to unite key stakeholders – EV producers, charging station developers, investors, and policymakers – exposing them to e-mobility, addressing the sector’s challenges, and delineating the subsequent steps for the sector’s advancement.

The conference’s overarching theme is “ACCELERATING THE GREEN TRANSPORT REVOLUTION: POWERING THE FUTURE WITH EVs.” It will encompass panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, and networking opportunities, emphasising policy and regulation, technological innovation, financing, and infrastructure development.

Functioning as an ecosystem builder, the conference will provide a vital platform for stakeholders to engage in discussions concerning the challenges and prospects confronting the electric mobility industry in Nigeria and Africa. It aims to explore strategies to promote the adoption of sustainable mobility solutions.

The conference’s fundamental aim is to spotlight the issues and challenges impeding sectoral growth, envisioning a seamless integration of electric vehicles across the continent.

Registration for the Africa E-mobility Week Conference and Exhibition is now open and interested participants can secure their spots

Businesses and organisations can also showcase their products, services, and initiatives to a diverse and engaged audience through the available sponsorship and exhibition opportunities by sending a mail to For more information, follow Clean Technology Hub across all social media channels; X, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn or visit the website.

Clean Technology Hub (CTH) is a pioneering hybrid hub, for research, development, and incubation of clean technologies to enhance energy accessibility and fortify climate resilience.


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