Pro-Net and ChargeSini in EV charging deal for smart cars

SUBANG JAYA: Proton New Energy Technology (Pro-Net) has partnered with ChargeSini for the expansion of its EV charging network.

Pro-Net is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Proton, and the distributor of smart vehicles in Malaysia and Thailand.

smart Malaysia is gearing up for the launch of the smart #3 in Q3 2024, followed by Proton's inaugural EV debut in 2025.

The Pro-Net and ChargeSini partnership integrates ChargeSini's network of charging stations into smart Malaysia's existing network accessible via the Hello smart app.

This integration propels smart Malaysia's public charging points coverage from 70% to over 75% nationwide.

Zhang Qiang, CEO of Pro-Net, alongside ChargeSini's founder and CEO James Goh, sealed the alliance at a recent signing ceremony, held at Pro-Net's headquarters.

PRO-NET x ChargeSini KV (Custom)

In a statement, Pro-Net said, "This expansion reflects our unwavering dedication to constantly seeking partnerships that enhance our existing collaborations with Charge Point Operators (CPO) like Gentari, chargeEV, and jomcharge."

With the addition of ChargeSini’s network of EV chargers, Hello smart App is currently the first and only app in Malaysia which provides the access to charging stations across four different CPOs.

The Hello smart app will boast over 75% coverage of public charging points nationwide.

These enhancements will be updated in the Hello smart app in Q3.

With the Hello smart app and the In-car Navigation System (DHU), smart car users can locate charging stations, thus eliminating range anxiety and also benefiting from live status capabilities.

smart car users can initiate charging sessions and conduct payments directly within the Hello smart app, eliminating the need for multiple applications.

This streamlined approach allows customers to manage their charging needs — from locating a station to completing the payment — all within a single platform.
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