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Ministry details provisions on electric bike conversion assistance

The Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry has announced several requirements for the community to obtain assistance on the fuel-based motorcycle into electric motorbike conversion program.

Energy Ministry Claims Using Electric Vehicles Saves Rp2.77mn a Year

Rida Mulyana, Secretary General of the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, claimed that electric vehicles can save customers up to Rp2.77 million on fuel expenses per year. Not only is it beneficial to the public, the use of electric vehicles also reduces the government budget.

Shell, SEPH, DOE ink deal for EV charging stations powered by renewable energy

Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp and Shell Energy Philippines (SEPH) signed a tripartite deal with the Department of Energy for the deployment of electric vehicle charging stations powered with renewable energy, the companies said on Monday.

Singapore to replace 400 diesel buses from Dec 2024

Singapore will launch a tender this month to secure about 400 electric buses (e-bus) to replace diesel buses and has set targets for airport vehicles, as part of its transition to cleaner transport.

Vietnam’s EV maker delivers first 45 cars in US market

ietnamese electric vehicle maker VinFast delivered its first 45 cars to customers in California on Wednesday, its first sales outside Vietnam.

Indonesia Aims to Build Competitive Electric Vehicle Ecosystem

The Coordinating Minister of Economics Airlangga Hartarto in an economic outlook event on Tuesday highlighted the competitiveness of Indonesia’s electric vehicle ecosystem that must be on par with Thailand. A desire he claims has been mentioned personally by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo.

Jokowi Says Indonesia’s First EV Battery Factory to Be Built in North Kalimantan

Indonesian President Joko Widodo or Jokowi said the country’s first factory for electric vehicles or EV batteries will be constructed in the industrial park area (KIPI) in North Kalimantan.

Indonesia, Japan Discussing to Develop Electric Vehicles

The Ministry of Industry said that Indonesia and Japan are again holding dialogue to develop the automotive industry, one of which is in the field of electric vehicles and carbon neutrality (CN) fuels, including biofuels.

Revving up hype for electric vehicles

ELECTRIC vehicles (EVs) are touted as the new go-to mode of sustainable transportation. Cheaper to fill up and better for the environment, the benefits of EVs are encoouraging more and more Malaysians to make the switch.

Southeast Asia lags in electric vehicles. Can it catch up?

For self-confessed tech geek and adrenaline junkie Farhan Abdul Rahim, becoming one of the first Malaysians to own an electric car in 2020 was a no-brainer – but he didn’t simply stop there.