Alternet Systems, Inc. today confirmed plans for producing and selling electric delivery trucks in Africa made of hemp and powered by hemp batteries. Further design details are expected to be revealed later this year. The company CEO Dr. Randell Torno, first announced the electric delivery vehicles last September in an interview with the CEO of the Africa Development Organization, Libasse Diop Dia. In the interview, the two CEO’s discussed the industrialization of Africa with a focus on the development of clean, sustainable energy.
ALYI today confirms and reiterates the ongoing electric delivery vehicle to emphasize ALYI’s overall comprehensive, long-term electric mobility business strategy focused on rapidly expanding into the market in Sub-Saharan Africa. The strategy begins with the production of ALYI’s proprietary ReVolt Electric Motorcycle designed for a rugged environment and to support the multi passenger Ride-Share industry in Africa already recognized by Uber and Lyft.
Last week, ALYI introduced the RevoltTOKEN cryptocurrency dedicated to funding ALYI’s $300 million electric vehicle (EV) initiative in Africa. Later this week, ALYI will publish a video presentation, on Friday, July 31, 2020 to provide comprehensive details on the partnership with RevoltTOKEN and RevoltTOKEN’s current $25 million investment commitment to ALYI as well as RevoltTOKEN’s planned initial cryptocurrency offering intended to raise $100 million for investment into ALYI and future electric mobility initiatives in Africa.