Dallas, TX, February 2, 2021 – OTC PR WIRE – Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK: ALYI) today highlighted a Financial Times article on electric vehicles in Sub Saharan Africa. The article includes data that ALYI management asserts as a validation of the ALYI electric vehicle ecosystem strategy targeted on Sub Sharan Africa starting in Kenya.
Highlights from the article include:
“An EY report on foreign direct investment found that cleantech is part of Africa’s next wave of emerging sectors. The UN Global Fuel Economy Initiative is working on setting baselines for fuel economy and policy development for efficient light-duty vehicles, including electric, in at least 10 African countries.”
See the full article by following the link below:Why Sub-Saharan Africa’s teeming cities need electric vehicles
ALYI last week announced finalizing plans for its first rideshare electric motorcycles to go into service by July of this year. ALYI has an order to deliver 2000 electric motorcycles in Kenya to be deployed into the motorcycle taxi (boda) market. The first delivery schedule for July is intended to support a first phase, pilot rollout of the rideshare service.
ALYI’s Revolt Electric Motorcycle Program is only a small part of the company’s comprehensive strategy to build a far-reaching electric vehicle ecosystem.
The success of any electric vehicle will depend on the simultaneous availability of an entire network of solutions necessary to support the electric vehicle.
For example, the electric vehicle support network ranges from the availability of power, to charging stations where power can be accessed, to long-range batteries to make electric vehicles efficient modes of transportation, to connectivity so software updates for motor synchronization and battery optimization applications can be continuously updated along with other electric vehicle user support applications.
ALYI’s primary business focus is on its electric vehicle ecosystem strategy out of which electric vehicles will be just one component.
ALYI is building its electric vehicle ecosystem in a region with one of the lowest per capita transportation ratios in the world, Sub Saharan Africa.
To both attract industry leading talent to collaborate in ALYI’s electric vehicle ecosystem, and to provide an opportunity to prove innovations coming out of the electric vehicle ecosystem, ALYI is launching an annual electric vehicle race in partnership with a brand name racing organization. The annual race event will be hosted simultaneously with an electric mobility symposium and expo.
ALYI is setting itself apart from the rest of the electric vehicle industry not only through its electric vehicle ecosystem strategy, but also through its commitment to democratize the electric vehicle ecosystem.
ALYI’s financing partner and electric vehicle ecosystem collaborator, RevoltTOKEN, has already provided key funding to advance ALYI’s business plan to its current stage. RevoltTOKEN plans to democratize the ALYI electric vehicle ecosystem through the introduction of a dedicated cryptocurrency that will offer holders a participation opportunity in the ecosystem. RevoltTOKEN, the business entity, plans to offer RevoltTOKENs, a cryptocurrency, through an Initial Coin Offering (ICO).
Later this week, we plan to publish a more detailed presentation on our comprehensive electric vehicle ecosystem strategy.
Starting now, we anticipate beginning to announce electric vehicle collaboration partnerships.
Earlier today, one such collaboration partnership was announced with IQSTEL, Inc. (OTC PINK: IQST):
For more information and to stay up to date on ALYI’s overall latest developments, please visit www.alternetsystemsinc.com.
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