KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 16): Scientex Bhd plans to establish electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at selected locations within its housing developments in Malaysia.
According to a press statement issued on Wednesday (Aug 16), Scientex and Sime Darby Beyond Auto Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Sime Darby Motors and the sole distributor of BYD cars in Malaysia, signed a memorandum of understanding on the same day to become preferred marketing campaign partners for Scientex’s Mori Residences 2 condominium project in Rawang, Selangor, which will be equipped with EV charging stations.
Their joint efforts also involve promoting widespread EV adoption and incorporating EV charging facilities into affordable housing developments, contributing to the nation’s cleaner and environmentally responsible future. To further inspire the public, they will run awareness campaigns and offer attractive incentives, making EVs and eco-friendly homes accessible to all.
In support of the EV initiative, Scientex plans to establish EV charging stations at selected locations within its nationwide housing developments.
Leveraging its strong presence in affordable housing townships, this strategic move aims to encourage greater EV adoption among residents and visitors, fostering a greener and more sustainable lifestyle within these communities.
Representing Scientex at the signing ceremony, chief executive officer Lim Peng Jin said, “The collaboration with Sime Darby Beyond Auto marks a significant milestone in our pursuit of a more sustainable future. Together, we are determined to make affordable homes and sustainable mobility solutions accessible to all Malaysians, creating a positive difference in the lives of the community.”
Meanwhile, Sime Darby Motors Retail and Distribution Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and Macau managing director Jeffrey Gan said, “This collaboration with Scientex is a testament to our shared commitment to environmental stewardship. We are excited to leverage our leading EV technology to contribute to Scientex’s vision of sustainable growth and a greener future.”