Just like any other appliance or item you charge by putting into the wall, an EV charger draws an electrical current from either a 240v outlet or the grid it is hardwired to and distributes that electricity to the car.
General Electricity and Water Corporation, a utility company in Qatar, introduced a Charging Units Infrastructure Guideline to encourage the usage of fast chargers. Over 20 charging stations have already been established in the nation, and 100 are planned.
The Qatar EV charger 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.
The National Program for Conservation and Energy Efficiency “Tarsheed” on behalf of Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has published “The Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure Guideline in the State of Qatar” on its website.
This is especially true in terms of charger options, equipment types, and general requirements, such as charging capacity, charging current, payment collection options, screen and display, charge-point protocol, IP rating, connection quality, and hardware warranties, which must all be present in any charger.
This directive was released by the joint work team of KAHRAMAA and the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, and KAHRAMAA, the State’s sole electricity provider, has approved its technical requirements for chargers and infrastructure equipment.
This is a helpful action to increase knowledge among persons who want to establish electric vehicle charging stations in the public, private, or industrial sectors.
It is important to note that the combined team of KAHRAMAA, represented by the Conservation and Energy Efficiency Department, and the MOTC, represented by the Technical Affairs Department, frequently receives requests from various organizations across the nation to install charging units.
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