Malaysia Has 2,214 EV Charging Stations As Of March 2024

The Investment, Trade and Industry Ministry maintains its commitment to developing 10,000 EV charging infrastructure by 2025.
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The Ministry of Investment, Trade, and Industry (MITI) continues its commitment to bolstering electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure, with 2,214 EV charging stations already installed as of 20 March 2024. This progress aligns with MITI’s goal of establishing 10,000 charging points by 2025.

Outlined in the Low Carbon Mobility Blueprint (LCMB) for 2021-2030, Malaysia aims to have 10,000 EV charging stations by 2025, comprising 9,000 alternating current (AC) chargers and 1,000 direct current (DC) fast chargers, according to Bernama.

Its Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz announced that out of the current installations, 1,741 are AC chargers, while 473 are DC fast chargers.

In addition to infrastructure development, Tengku Zafrul highlighted the success of the Electric Motorcycle Use Promotion Scheme (MARiiCas) program.

As of 31 March 2024, 1,995 applications have been approved, with rebates totalling RM4.8 million, further promoting the adoption of electric motorcycles.

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