Electric Mobility

We're dedicated to leading the charge in sustainable transportation, and domesticating the production of our battery technology epitomizes this commitment.
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Address: 46 Mike Akhigbe WayJabi, Abuja 900108, Federal Capital Territory

Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am – 5pm
Phone: +234 803 704 2673
Email: Info@dafeenergy.com

Address: Plot 5 Road B medium Density command
Junction, opposite Marigold hotel Kaduna

Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am – 5pm
Almost all fueling stations in Nigeria use diesel-powered engines to power their stations with a minimum of 30KVA to 50KVA generators. The average usage of diesel per day on each of the over 30,000 filling stations in Nigeria is 30, 50, 75 and 100 liters for 4, 6, 8 and 12 nozzle stations, respectively, at the cost of about 1800-2000 naira per liter.

Electric vehicles have an important place among environmentally friendly and sustainable transportation alternatives today compared to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles.

But our electric vehicle conversion technology offer more than just an eco-friendly alternative – we convert existing Diesel or Gasoline engine vehicles into electric vehicles without compromising on performance.

Our hybrid CNG system leverages the high-density energy storage capabilities of our locally produced zinc-air fuel batteries to help extend the distance of the trucks from one location to the other and in areas where there are no CNG stations. Given the removal of subsidies, the imperative action against climate change, and Nigeria's commitment to the United Nations decarbonization agenda, we believe that this project can provide a rapid and vital solution to achieving a green economy while reducing the cost of transporting petroleum products from distant locations.


The LPG Expansion Program and Auto Gas framework is designed to reduce the national energy consumption of petrol and diesel in the country.

The programme is targeted at providing alternative fuel for automobiles and others involved in transportation in the country.The LPG program is also part of the Global Paris Agreement and Initiative to reduce the annual greenhouse gas emission worldwide and a key requirement to access carbon credit/funding.

Using a hybrid of CNG and Electric powered vehicles with the additional incentives of locally produced green batteries will put Nigeria on the right path to sustainable green economy.
Our target is the deployment of zinc-air battery powered renewable solutions in Nigeria particularly in the context of Electric Vehicles (EVs), and tricycles.

Our strategic approach revolves around domestic battery manufacturing using small modular factories. This strategy firmly convinces us that the successful implementation of swapping centers across fueling stations will help to remove range anxiety for fuel tanker drivers/owners especially on routes without CNG Stations while also supporting Off-Grid EV charging for cars and electric tricycles.

This we believe, will play a pivotal role in catalyzing the widespread adoption of electric vehicles in Nigeria without a reliance on costly grid charging infrastructures.
It is estimated that 3-10% of Nigeria’s CO2 can be removed if all filling stations are carbon neutral. When 1 litre of diesel fuel is burned, approximately 2.65 kg of CO2 is emitted.

This amount can vary depending on the specific fuel and the engine in which it is burned. It is important to note that this figure does not consider any emissions created during the production and transportation of diesel fuel.

With an average of 50 liters of diesel per day in 30,000 stations in Nigeria, it implies that a 360-day year has at least 14.31Mt of CO2 is emitted annually from filling stations in Nigeria.