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The accomplishments of Qatar are significantly influenced by electric automobiles. Qatar is acting swiftly to encourage the adoption of EVs and lower its carbon emissions, as both the demand for them globally and the amount of government support and incentives for them rise.
Qatar has lately set sustainability objectives, renewable energy targets, and investment diversification goals in an effort to move toward a greener, more sustainable economy.
More than 600 charging stations will be installed as part of Qatar’s EV policy to assist electric buses. Qatar’s automobile industry is quite active ,particularly well-liked in the consumer market because of their toughness, adaptability, and versatility in harsh and arid conditions. This year, new companies and models entered the highly competitive luxury automobile market.
The Qatar electric vehicle market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
According to an official, a number of Chinese businesses are eager to work with Qatar to develop and produce technology solutions for new energy, such as the chips and car batteries used in electric vehicles.
Some Chinese producers of quick chargers for electric vehicles and airport robots are also interested in introducing their innovations to Qatar. It should be mentioned that the Qatar Free Zones Authority and China earlier signed a contract for the production of electric buses.
For the fleet, which is anticipated to consist of 1,000 electric buses operating across the nation and having a capacity to carry 50,000 passengers per day, ABB will supply high power charging infrastructure.
Qatar wants to have 25% of its public bus network run entirely on electricity, it wants to have 100%. In accordance with this strategy, the state will build one of the biggest e-bus networks ever in a single installation.
As part of a collaboration with the fleet operator Mowasalat, the Public Works Authority “Ashghal,” and the Mannai Trading Company, ABB will design and install heavy vehicle charging equipment in 12 metro stations, four bus depots, and eight bus stops around Qatar.
ABB will provide over 125 MW of charging capacity, 1,300 destination charging connectors, and 89 opportunity chargers, four of which will be mobile, for the project.
With this charging system, the whole Mowasalat electric bus fleet can be charged overnight at the depots and during usage without interfering with normal operations, providing operators and passengers with a quick and convenient charging experience.
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