Electric vehicle (EV) charging makes use of intelligence to schedule when and how an EV connected to a smart charger will get power for charging based on the price of electricity, its accessibility, and the demands of the driver.
You can manage, control, and modify energy use with EV smart charging. It needs a data link between the EV, the charger, the grid, and the cloud-based charging management platform of the charge station operator.
The government’s rules, incentives, electrification ambitions, improved technology, and growing consumer demand are expected to cause a boom in the use of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), which will lead to an increase in the market for EV chargers in Thailand.
The government is committed to enhancing air quality, creating smart cities across the country, and achieving Thailand’s goal of being carbon neutral.
The Thailand EV Charger Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Along Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor, EVLOMO and PTT Oil and Retail Business PLC (OR) together opened their first electric vehicle (EV) charging station at PTT Station in Ban Chang, Rayong.
To hasten the adoption of electric vehicles in Thailand, EVLOMO will deploy more than a thousand new fast chargers. On its electric car charging network, it aims to have DC charging accessible every 50 kilometers.
A combination of AC and DC fast chargers will be installed at several colleges, schools, hospitals, and hotels around Thailand by EVLOMO as it expands into the residential EV charging market. Additionally, EVLOMO intends to complete the deployment of Pure EV stations across Thailand in the upcoming weeks.
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