Sunway, Huawei and Chargesini team up to expand EV charging infrastructure nationwide 

Sunway, Huawei and Chargesini team up to expand EV charging infrastructure nationwide 
  • Partnership may help form a more sustainable, socially- friendly future
  • All parties may utilize their strengths to improve M’sia’s EV charging system

Left to Right: Huawei Malaysia vice president of Digital Power Business Department, Chong Chern Peng, Sunway Trading and Manufacturing CEO, Yeoh Yuen Chee and ChargeSini CEO and founder James Goh

Sunway Group, Huawei Technologies ( Malaysia ) Sdn Bhd, and ChargeHere EV Solution Sdn Bhd ( ChargeSini ) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the development and rollout of more electric vehicle ( EV ) charging stations at Sunway- owned premises, commercial buildings and residences nationwide.

All parties will make use of one another’s talents and skills to lessen range anxiety and improve Malaysia’s EV charging infrastructure in this bilateral agreement, which was formalized at the Malaysia Autoshow 2024 in Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang.

Through this partnership, ChargeSini, one of Malaysia’s biggest EV charging alternative suppliers, will procure, place, and control the activity of EV charging stations at strategic locations across Sunway’s included townships and developments nationwide. Huawei Malaysia may act as the tech consultant throughout the development process and give after-sales service support.

Yeoh Yuen Chee, the CEO of Sunway Trading and Manufacturing, stated,” Sunway is pleased to mate with Huawei Malaysia, once more, and ChargeSini to create and produce EV getting channels more visible and accessible throughout the country.”

He added that both public and private sectors have a role to play in Malaysia’s regional goal to set up 10, 000 EV charging channels by 2025, as outlined in the Low Carbon Mobility Blueprint (LCMB) 2021- 2030. In this situation, Sunway is determined to advance the green growth plan and realize our goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. We are convinced that this relationship will help to shape a more responsible and environmentally friendly potential, Yeoh said.

Chong Chern Peng, vice chairman of Huawei Malaysia’s Digital Power Business Department, stated that as a result of its development in the energy transition journey, Malaysia’s automotive industry is securing its place in the EV ecosystem. We want to work together to further strengthen this position and promote EV adoption in Malaysia through our charging solutions through our strategic partnership with ChargeSini and Sunway.

He continued,” Human Malaysia is committed to developing innovative sustainable solutions for a shared green future.”

Additionally, James Goh, ChargeSini CEO and Founder, stated that this partnership is a testament to our shared desire for a sustainable future. We are committed to creating an effective EV charging network that will benefit local communities in Malaysia and beyond by leveraging Sunway’s advanced technology. This initiative demonstrates our commitment to promoting sustainable urban development and reducing carbon emissions. Together, we fuel the Malaysia 2050 Net- Zero Mission”.