A 2017 research project at Sweden's Linköping University (think Scandinavian MIT) sought to identify where electric mobility could make the largest impact. Students Filip Gardler, Mikael Gånge and Filip Lövström settled on Kenya, the fastest-growing nation in sub-Saharan Africa, as their rising economy was bringing with it an appetite for importing used vehicles. And some 90% of the electricity produced in Kenya comes from renewable sources. Which raises the question: Just as citizens in...


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