TotalEnergies Makes footprint in a new service station

TotalEnergies Marketing Kenya has launched its 232nd service station in a bid to expand its footprint in the energy market. TotalEnergies having embraced the renewable energy pattern has strived to embrace renewable energy sources like solar energy.

Strategically situated in Ruiru along the busy Thika Superhighway, the new outlet will serve thousands of customers plying the route that connects neighboring counties to Nairobi, as well as the increasingly growing residential community around the area.

TotalEnergies Kenya Managing Director Eric Fanchini said the investment was in response to customer demand for proximity to the company’s products and services and projected that it will satisfy their needs for a unique customer experience.

He emphasized encouraging the staff to utilize this opportunity to drive the uptake of our solar products in line with our strategy of implementing sustainable energy usage in the market.

We already have about 143 of our service stations fully solarized and will continue to implement the same across the country”, added Fanchini.

The service station is operated under the Dealer-Owned-Dealer-Operated (DODO) model in partnership with the Bachulal Popatlal Kenya Limited. It is a one-stop- shop designed to offer a holistic customer experience. It houses a convenience store, a service bay, a tire center, a pharmacy, an eatery, and a laundry.

“We are delighted to mark this milestone as we launch our first-ever service station under the TotalEnergies franchise, and we look forward to similar partnerships in the future,” said Praful Panchmatia of Bachulal Popatlal Kenya which owns other service stations and LPG distributorships in Mombasa, Kisumu, Busia, Bomet and Chemelil.  

TotalEnergies is also focused on the renewable energies market with its solar energy products. Last year, it launched charging points for electric motorcycles in partnership with electric motorcycle manufacturer Ampersand, as part of its strategic focus on electric-powered vehicles to help contain the devastating effects of climate change.

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