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Shah Alam Spearheads Pilot Project for EV Charger Guidelines in Selangor

In an innovative move towards sustainable urban development, the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) has embarked on a pivotal pilot project to craft detailed guidelines for the installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargers within Selangor's jurisdiction. This initiative aligns with the federal government's guidelines issued in September 2023, marking a significant step forward in promoting eco-friendly...

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Malaysia Accelerates EV Charging Stations Development on PLUS Highway

In a pivotal move towards sustainable transportation, PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) and the Malaysian Highway Authority (Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia or LLM) have joined forces under the guidance of the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (Miti) to streamline the expansion of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations along the PLUS highway. This initiative marks a significant stride in Malaysia's commitment...

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Unlicensed EV Charging System Operator in Johor Incident Under Investigation by Energy Commission

A recent fire incident at an electric vehicle charging system (EVCS) bay in Johor has brought to light a significant compliance issue. The company operating the EVCS, where a Mercedes Benz EQB model caught fire on December 31 last year, was found to be functioning without a license from the Energy Commission. This revelation follows the Energy Commission's statement, which emphasized that under the...

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Malaysian Government Prioritizes Electric Vehicles, Launches Incentive Scheme for Electric Motorcycles

The Malaysian government is embarking on a mission to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) among its citizens. Investment, Trade, and Industry Minister, Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz, underscored the importance of EV mobility, emphasizing that it extends beyond cars to include electric motorcycles, which play a pivotal role in public transportation. The government's commitment to...

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Malaysian Government’s Commitment to Electric Vehicle Industry and Green Technology Reinforced by Prime Minister

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has reiterated the Malaysian government's unwavering commitment to advancing the electric vehicle (EV) industry and fostering the adoption of green technology. He emphasized that this commitment aligns seamlessly with the objectives outlined in Budget 2024, which aims to accelerate the widespread acceptance of EVs and encourage the use of green technology across...

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Shah Alam City Council Expands Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) has increased the number of free electric vehicle (EV) charging stations within its administrative area. Currently, there are approximately 10 EV charging stations available at locations such as the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, Wisma MBSA, and MBSA branch offices. These charging stations were established in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy, Green...

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Investment Minister Calls for Expansion of EV Charging Stations, Applauds Tesla’s Efforts

Investment, Trade, and Industry Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz has stressed the need for more electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to further develop Malaysia's EV ecosystem. He mentioned that the installation of additional charging stations is a crucial aspect in this effort. According to the minister, Tesla's Superchargers will play a significant role in achieving the government's goal...

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Malaysia Struggles with Insufficient EV Charging Stations, Falling Short of Target, says Mosti

Malaysia is currently facing a shortage of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, hindering the growth of the EV market. Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (Mosti), Chang Lih Kang, revealed that the country currently operates only around 1,000 EV charging stations, significantly below its target of 10,000 stations by 2025. According to Chang, the limited number of charging stations has...

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