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    The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has received a request from Kenya Power for a new special tariff that would establish new fees for individuals who use electric vehicles.

    Kenya Power MD Geoffrey Muli remarked, “We have applied to EPRA for a new special price for charging electric vehicles and we are waiting for the regulator’s decision.”

    This is an effort to broaden the company’s customer base and boost earnings by appealing to a wider range of people.

    If EPRA gives its OK, Kenya Power would offer EV drivers a discount on their power bill.

    Kenya will now be included among the growing number of nations that have implemented preferential rates to encourage the purchase of EVs.

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