An S.E.T listed renewable energy firm, Energy Absolute Plc (EA), has announced their plans to develop and operate charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) for the first time in Thailand, allocating 600 million baht to set up charging stations nationwide over the next couple of years.
With huge development of the EV sector, Thai people are expecting to see EV charging stations across the country within the next two years. EMN has launched two charging stations as pilot projects since midyear at Siam Paragon and Siam Center (Bangkok), which provide charging service free of charge until October this year.
The EV charging rate is expected to be in line with the electricity rate approved by the Energy Regulatory Commission recently.
The government policy calls for 1.2 million units of EVs on the roads by 2036, up from only a handful now.
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