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Insight into the current landscape of electric vehicle charging in Thailand

About a year ago, the Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand (EVAT) reported that, by September 2021, Thailand would have 774 DC fast chargers. As...

WHA and BYD to Announce Plans for EV Plant in Thailand

WHA Group, a Thai industrial estate developer, has indicated that the company and BYD, a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, will soon announce plans...

Cabinet approves 2.9bn baht EV sale subsidy

The Cabinet has approved subsidy packages worth 2.9 billion baht for electric vehicle (EV) sales. The government aims for this campaign to help bring...

Thailand to Build Nearly 1,400 EV Charging Stations by 2030

The government plans to increase the number of the charging stations for electric vehicles (EV) by over 65% by 2030. According to Deputy Government Spokesperson...

Thailand’s auto production up 6.53 pct in June

Thailand's auto producers churned out 143,016 vehicles in June, up 6.53 percent year on year, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) said Monday. In the...

EGAT Joins EV Ecosystem to Drive Future of Thai Electric Vehicles

The electric vehicle industry is growing steadily, in line with the world's joint direction to accelerate the solution to environmental pollution and carbon emissions...

Thai Honda committed to using Thailand as manufacturing base

 A Japanese engine manufacturer has expressed confidence in using Thailand as a manufacturing base. The company aims to increase the share of vehicles produced...

Government to Speed Up EV Production Plans

Thailand is speeding up its plan to manufacture electric vehicles (EVs) for domestic use by 2023. Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha declared the government’s objective...

FTI to hold discussions on EV excise Tax Cut

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) plans to meet with the Ministry of Finance to discuss implementing a tariff reduction for electric vehicles (EVs)....

Suzuki Carry Motorhome, Customer Response Exceeds Expectations

(June 3, 2022) Suzuki is excited about 'Carry Motorhome' sales; Mr Wanlop Trirerkngam, Executive Vice President of Suzuki Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd., revealed that...

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