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MGTC on the road to EV, hydrogen mobility

THE adoption of electric vehicles (EV) in Malaysia is still undeniably low.

Excise to study reworked EV taxes

Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith has ordered the Excise Department to study the excise tax structure on electric vehicles (EV) to promote industry development and lower the price of EVs.

Hyundai Motor to Build Electrification Ecosystem in Singapore

Hyundai Motor Group has started to build an ecosystem for electric vehicles (EVs) in Singapore.

Indonesia to develop circular economy for EVs, boost battery industry

Indonesia intends to adopt a circular model for its up-and-coming electric vehicle (EV) industry — a new industry driven by rising concerns over the climate crisis — and plans to partner with global manufacturing giants to produce EV batteries.

Thai PM instructs government units to buy electric vehicles

BANGKOK, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) — Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday instructed all government agencies to purchase electric vehicles to gradually replace gasoline-powered vehicles, said government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri.

EESL invests Rs 37 crore in Thailand-based SWAG EV

The state-run Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) has announced an initial investment of $5 million (Rs 37 crore) in Thailand-based electric two-wheeler maker SWAG EV. The move is said to promote the concept of convergence – bringing together electric mobility, renewable energy and carbon finance to catalyse energy transformation in Southeast Asia.

Mitsubishi banking on V2X to tout PHEVs

Mitsubishi Motors Thailand wants to seek new business opportunities based on its “V2X” concept, using plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) to alert households to smart electricity management.

Indonesia courting Tesla – the new EV archipelago on the horizon?

A year on after the Indonesian government announced radical new policies to boost the country’s prospects as a hub for electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing, reports indicate that Tesla is eyeing the nickel-rich country for its next factory.

Electric vehicle charging stations to be placed about 50 to 70 km apart in Thailand

BANGKOK, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) — The Thai Ministry of Energy said on Tuesday that charging stations for the much-touted electric vehicles (EV) will be placed about 50 to 70 km apart.

Study looks at using EVs to power homes

A public-private study on a new business model allowing electric vehicles to power houses to cut electricity bills can help promote EVs, says a Chulalongkorn University researcher, though some car owners are not confident the move will be powerful enough to steer them away from oil-fuelled engines.