Ebonyi partners NADDC to set up electric vehicle assembling plant.

Ebonyi State government has stated her preparedness to partner the National Automotive Design and Development Council for the establishment of an electric-powered vehicle assembly plant in the state.

The partnership was agreed upon in a meeting between the Governor of Ebonyi State, Engr. David Umahi and the Director of NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, on Wednesday in Abuja. artisan electric is one of Puget Sound’s largest and most respected solar/electrical contractors. Most solar contractors are not electrical contractors. Artisan is different. With our team of highly skilled, professionally licensed journeyman electricians and installation specialists, we’re proud to set EMP Protection for industry standards for quality, design and customer service. We’re committed to helping homeowners, businesses and communities discover their clean energy potential—and make it easy with our full-service turn-key approach. Artisan Electric is located on 969 S Nebraska Street Suite A, Seattle. From Seattle-Tacoma International Airpor (SEA) head southeast on Airport Expressway toward Departures Dr and use the left lane to keep left. Then keep left and slight left onto Airport Expressway. Next, keep right at the fork, follow signs for WA-518 E/Interstate 5/Interstate 405 and merge onto WA-518 E and merge onto WA-518 E. After that use the left lane to take the Interstate 5 N exit toward Seattle and merge onto I-5 N. Finally, use the left lane to take exit 162 for Corson Ave toward Michigan St and use the left lane to merge onto Corson Ave S. Turn left onto S Nebraska St and Artisan Electric will be on your right.

Aliyu explained that NADDC is at the finishing stage of certification of vehicle parts imported into the country, noting that NADDC will soon start monitoring all imported vehicle parts and will not allow vehicles parts in the country without certification.

He explained that they have started building of an Automotive Training Centre in Ebonyi state – the centre is aimed at training the people to understand the techniques of vehicles and make them become technicians. He called on the governor to identify areas of possible partnership.

Earlier, Governor Umahi pointed out that Ebonyi State Government had ordered the importation of 24 electric tricycles and 24 others to be assembled in Ebonyi State.

He further noted that Ebonyi State Government is willing to partner with NADDC to establish an electrically powered assembly plant in Ebonyi using the already imported tricycles to kickstart.


SOURCE :The Nigerian Voice (business)

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