Total Energies Launches First Public Electric Car Charging Unit in Accra


Sept. 20, 2022, 1:28 p.m.

TotalEnergies Marketing Ghana PLC has commissioned the first ever Electric Vehicle (EV) charging unit in Ghana.

The gesture forms part of the aim to boost the increasing demand for the usage of Electric Cars in Ghana,

The Managing Director of TotalEnergies Marketing Ghana PLC, Olufemi Babajide, stated that the EV charging unit is the first in West Africa and is an influential contribution to the automotive industry.

He said, “this is the first in the whole of West Africa; so this is not just Ghana, but there is no service station in all of West Africa that has an Electric Vehicle charging unit.”

According to him, the aim is to reduce the carbon footprint and support the Paris Climate Ambition by meeting the target of NET Zero by 2050 by reducing carbon emissions as their customers use their products.

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