ALYI has established the nucleus of its EV Ecosystem in East Africa where it has already begun to rollout a comprehensive electric motorcycle enterprise.

Participation in ALYI’s EV Ecosystem is facilitated through the sale of Revolt Tokens (RVLT) – learn more about RVLT at

Last week, ALYI participated in the SXSW Transportation Track in Austin, Texas featuring Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

ALYI participation focused on representing the Company’s EV initiative in Africa in addition to learning about the latest in global transportation initiatives.

ALYI’s SXSW participation was centered around ALYI’s interest in Formula E. ALYI has worked closely with a Kenyan race event business named East African Grand Prix (EAGP). EAGP has a provisional license with Formula E intended to bring an annual Formula E race event to Kenya.  Formula E is participated in a panel discussion at SXSW titled “No Turning Back: Formula E and the Electric Future.”

“The merit of our developing EV Ecosystem brand growing out of the rugged African environment has received a substantial increase in attention following SXSW,” commented ALYI CEO Randell Torno. “EV solutions derived from an EV industry collaboration bult around demonstrating the best of the best in EV solutions via a globally recognized annual EV race is an enterprise that carries a compelling value proposition and SXSW helped us elevate that message. The feedback following SXSW has been validating from the media outlets that want to tell our story to the acquisition overtures.  Clearly, ALYI is on the right EV track.”

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