Edotco and ChargeSini collaborate for EV infrastructure deployment

KUALA LUMPUR: Edotco, a leading regional integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company, and ChargeSini, an innovative electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions provider, have signed a collaborative agreement for the deployment of EV infrastructure in Malaysia.

Both companies said this partnership aligns with the national agenda outlined in the Low Carbon Mobility Blueprint 2021-2030, aiming to install 10,000 public EV charging stations by 2025.

The collaboration aims to install EV charging stations at more than 200 potential in-building locations and poles nationwide, leveraging on Edotco's existing footprint in the next two years.

Edotco's extensive experience in telecommunications infrastructure positions it as a key player in providing power connectivity and securing parking bays at selected sites, ensuring a seamless integration of EV charging stations into its existing infrastructure.

“With over 13,000 electric vehicles already on Malaysian roads, we are gearing up for an exponential increase to half a million by 2025. This burgeoning demand underscores the need for comprehensive charging stations across the country. Our infrastructures, readily available at strategic locations such as malls, airports, hospitals, universities, and roadside smart poles, seamlessly integrate with and bolster the growing EV ecosystem,” shared Gayan Koralage, director of Malaysia business at Edotco Group.

James Goh, CEO and founder of ChargeSini, said, "Our joint efforts are not just about expanding infrastructure; they’re about accelerating the adoption of sustainable mobility in Malaysia."

Based on data from Agmo DataHub, ChargeSini is currently ranked second in terms of EV plug count, having rolled out 599 charging ports in total.
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