MoU to see both parties exploring rollout of EV charging infrastructure, deployment of renewable energy and Zero Emission Vehicle Fleet solutions
Collaboration will, among others, explore the potential installations of an electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Ibrahim Technopolis (IBTEC) and renewable energy solutions for JLG’s industrial par
Tripartite agreement covers approximately 70% of EV charging points in Malaysia
Leading solar and storage solutions provider in Australia with 422 MW operating capacity and 765 MW potential capacity in projects under development
“This MoU marks our inaugural foray into regional infrastructure development in Southeast Asia
Sushil brings over 28 years of experience in the energy sector as well as the expertise needed to drive the transition towards a decarbonised future.
The hub comprises the fastest public charger in the ASEAN region
The facilities will be ready by the time Proton starts distributing smart cars