The switch to embrace EVs is charging on relentlessly. This suggests the demise of the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) is well nigh.
The Malaysian government’s desire to make electric vehicles affordable for the masses is unlikely to succeed due to their high acquisition and maintenance costs. Industry insiders suggest that the government focuses on green public transportation, instead.
International Trade and Industry (MITI) Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz says the government hopes to make electric vehicle (EV) ownership accessible to all, especially those in the B40 and M40 groups.
Clean energy solutions provider Gentari Sdn Bhd via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gentari Green Mobility Sdn Bhd, has expanded its electric vehicle charging network into Sarawak in partnership with Sarawak Energy Bhd.
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Researchers from Universiti Tenaga Nasional and Universitas Pertamina will employ an artificial intelligence-based method to carefully select optimal hyper-parameters, training algorithms, and activation functions to predict the future capacity of electric vehicle batteries, writes academician Dr Ker Pin Jern.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke says his ministry will study road tax structure for electric vehicles, as the tax holiday for EVs ends in 2025.
In line with the government’s allocations under Budget 2022, the Transport Ministry will introduce motor vehicle licence fee exemptions for electric vehicles (EVs) and vehicles for persons with disabilities (PWDs).
Vietnam’s VinFast is making waves with its newly launched electric cars, but local industry experts say it is all about the money.
Leon Foong, SOCAR Mobility Malaysia chief executive officer, says much of Malaysia’s policies to encourage greater use of electric vehicles are not yet at the concrete rollout stage, with many of the policies unsupported by official regulations and gazetted laws. He hopes for firm action to take place via Budget 2022.