Government extends subsidy for EV buyers until 2027

The Thai government has agreed to extend the 100,000 baht per car subsidy for buyers of electric vehicles (EVs) until 2027, to promote the production and use of EVs in…

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Government to promote production and use of EVs in Thailand

The Thai government is determined to promote increased production and use of electric vehicles (EVs), in place of internal combustion engines, to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and net zero…

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New mode of mobility with Taiwan’s technology

It has become a trend in China as well as in Taiwan, where a large number of young people flock to buy electric wheelchairs to facilitate mobility and prioritize many…

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Excise Department to seek more funding for EV subsidy program

Thailand’s Excise Department will propose that the new government provide at least 3 billion baht to subsidise electric vehicles (EV), to encourage people to switch to them to reduce greenhouse…

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Myanmar’s military chief Min Aung Hlaing (STR / AFP)

Myanmar, the General and their EV dream

When the current military government took over, one of the very first aims of leader Min Aung Hlaing was to make Myanmar adopt Electric Vehicles (EV). He has been reported…

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Musk says China rivals ‘work hardest, smartest’

Detroit? Nope. Germany? Nein. Elon Musk sees the toughest competition for Tesla in China, home of the company he expects “most likely to be second” in electric vehicles. China is…

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EV push to accelerate Thailand’s efforts against climate change

Thailand is betting on a future driven by electric vehicles (EVs), while big businesses have laid out ambitious plans to become carbon neutral in the next couple of decades. The…

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Singapore pilots new EV charging technologies in an effort to phase out petrol vehicles by 2040

New electric vehicle charging technologies will be piloted in Singapore, which has rolled out a regulatory sandbox for this. It’s one of several moves aimed at speeding up the building…

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The first electric-powered boat service comes to Bangkok’s Klong Phadung Krungkasem

Bangkok, Venice of the East gets a new “E”

Since November 27, the first seven EV (electric vehicle) boats have been carrying passengers over five kilometres of Klong Phadung Krungkasem. The route covers 11 piers between Hua Lamphong train…

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An inroad of EVs offers opportunities and challenges

Although electric car has yet to go mainstream in Thailand, there is a foregone conclusion that its popularity will significantly increase in the next few years, fueled by a wider…

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