Alternet Systems, Inc. announced the company’s electric mobility ecosystem solution for Sub Saharan Africa includes a electric vehicle (EV) charging station network.
The EV charging station market is expected to reach $27 billion by 2027. ALYI expects to generate an independent stream of revenue from its charging station solution separate from the current $300 million in projected electric vehicle revenue.
ALYI recently announced that in addition to its own groundbreaking electric vehicle (EV) battery innovation progress, the company is exploring solutions with Samsung SDI and Gegadyne Energy that management anticipates could also generate an independent stream of revenue adding to the company’s current $300 million in projected electric vehicle revenue.
On Tuesday next week, September 22, 2020, the same day Tesla has scheduled its “Battery Day,” ALYI will publish its own Battery Day overview with new details on the company’s electric vehicle battery and electric vehicle components to its overall electric mobility ecosystem.
ALYI’s electric mobility focus in Sub-Saharan Africa is founded on bringing environmentally sustainable transportation resources to a region where per capita transportation infrastructure is substantially under resourced. At the same time, ALYI intends to develop and deploy the subject sustainable transportation solution in a manner that optimizes the economic benefit to the local economy.
The Rideshare ReVolt Electric Motorcycle is just the starting place for ALYI’s long-term electric mobility vision. Instead of designing specific future products in an isolated lab, ALYI has designed a process to bring a community of stakeholders together with ALYI’s own design team to collectively contribute to the future of electric mobility in Sub-Sharan Africa and beyond.
To motivate and inspire collaboration in a rational electric mobility evolutionary process, ALYI has architected an annual electric mobility symposium and conference around an electric auto race as an anchor event. The annual event will generate revenue contributing to the local economy, at the same time contributing to the evolutionary development of future electric mobility innovations. The expense of research and development will at least be offset by revenue from the annual event and potentially, research and development may become a profit center.