low income communities

California Energy Commission Launches $38 Million Project for EV Charging in Low-Income & Disadvantaged Communities

New funds to quickly deploy EV fast chargers in communities most impacted by air pollution The California Energy Commission (CEC) will open applications for $38 million in equity-focused incentives to fund publicly accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in low-income and disadvantaged communities in 28 counties in northern and southern … [continued]

Affordable Electric Micro-Mobility Solutions Are Empowering Low Income Communities In Kenya

Affordable electric micro-mobility solutions can make a huge difference. That is what Linccell Technology Kenya wants to do in Kenya. It wants to be the “inclusive” eMobility company building robust electric wheelchairs, bicycles, and scooters that are suitable for local conditions and built to handle the local roads, which are not always as good as the main roads.