The Government of Ghana has asked the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) to assist in drafting a national policy on e-mobility. The country aims to increase urban resiliency and create new green business opportunities.
According to the estimates, the Accra alone hosts more than 50% of total registered vehicles nationwide. The most frequently used modes of road transports are private cars, taxis, mini-buses and buses.
The CTCN experts are helping Ghana to assess the market readiness to deploy electric vehicles and draft the national policy on e-mobility, also conduct a detailed feasibility study, capacity building and awareness of relevant stakeholders.
Other CTCN projects all over the world:https://www.ctc-n.org/technical-assistance/data