Analyses and Studies

E-Mobility for Africa’s fishing industry

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Clean and sustainable technologies are the most promising instruments to improve the living conditions of millions of people – not just in the Global South.    

Combined with suitable business models and supporting regulatory frameworks, successful implementation and scaling of businesses will work.

E-Wave partners with local and international experts to analyse markets. we evaluate size, segmentation, the competitive environment, regulatory parameters and the latest trends. The insights we gain about the local market and business environment provides the secure basis our partners and customers need to make sound decisions on the if, how and with whom when engaging in promising new ventures.

The accumulated knowledge empowers international technology leaders and local experts alike. Qualitative and quantitative data allows for smooth market entries or expansion strategies. Local manufacturers and technical experts expand their networks across regional boundaries and sectorial limitations.

E-Wave conducts thorough market and feasibility studies in the field of e-mobility and fishing businesses in East-Africa.  With comprehensive data on the fishing sector and its social and environmental impacts in the region, new businesses have already been started and others are in the pipeline.

Our Investment


If a new initiative is to take root and grow, it must offer real improvements for all stakeholders in key aspects:

  1. It must be simple, profitable and affordable for a large target group
  2. It must be economically viable for the investors who pre-fund the initiative and
  3. it must be ecologically sustainable for our planet.

Difficult? Yes! But possible with expertise and dedication!

Environmently friendly

the CO2 footprint of most developing nations is a fraction of that of our own.
So why is the leverage on an electric fisherboat in Africa so much greater than an e-vehicle at home? Let’s discuss the soft aspects of environmental protection.

locally empowering

our goal is the economic liberation of our local facilitators and customers – not their long-term indenturement. Here are five reasons why this radically un-modern approach is best practice – and the future of resilient altruistic investment strategies.

Financially viable

we can’t wait for the UN, World Bank or the Gates Foundation to solve all the world’s problems. We all need to support change now. Got a few million for a foundation? Go for it! For the rest of us, philanthro-capitalistic models offer a personally viable, crowd-sourced venture capital opportunity to facilitate change and maintain wealth.


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