Islamabad: Tesla Industries has set up a first-of-its-kind fast-charging unit station for electric vehicles in Islamabad, paving the way for recharging e-vehicles.
The unit was inaugurated by Sardar Yasir Ilyas, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce, and Amir Hussain, CEO, Tesla Industries.
The CEO of Tesla said that they had acquired the technology to develop fast-charging stations for electric vehicles inside Pakistan, and soon 60 to 120 of them will be set up in 9 cities of the country.
Aamir Hussain announced, “Charging stations will be set up in Lahore, Khairy, and Multan next month.
The unit will recharge the vehicle within 25 minutes, adding that a full charge would cost Rs 2,500 and a mileage of 300 km. The company will install 30 kW, 60 kW, and 120 kW chargers.
Speaking on occasion, the President of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce said that the future lies in electric vehicles, and local manufacturing would help in industrial development.
It is worth mentioning here December 2020Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to generate 60 percent clean energy through renewable sources by 2030 and announced the conversion of 30 percent of the country’s vehicles to electric.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said, “I assure you that Pakistan will do its utmost to mitigate the effects of climate change and contribute 30 percent of its vehicles to electricity.” Told Climate aspiration summit to mark the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Paris Agreement on Weather.