Petronas aims to set up to 66 charging station

Clean and green: (from left) GreenTech Malaysia CEO Ahmad Hadri Haris, Ibrahimnuddin and Maximus at the launch of the first ChargEV station. It will cost RM2.2mil to install the charging units at all 66 Petronas stations.

SERDANG: Electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV) owners can now charge their cars for free at 10 Petronas service stations in Peninsular Malaysia.

The announcement was made during the launch of the first ChargEV station at the Petronas Solaris station by Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili here.

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