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Malalaysia's Petronas Dagangan: To Install 100 Vehicle Charging Stations By 2018

By Sarah Nadlin Rohim
Nikkei Markets
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 12) -- Petronas Dagangan, the retailing arm of Malaysia's national oil and gas firm, said Thursday it plans to install 100 electric vehicle charging stations by 2018 in a tie-up with Tenaga Nasional and a state green technology firm.

Under the tripartite agreement, Petronas Dagangan will also install solar panels at select locations to power the charging stations, according to a joint statement. The plan follows a 2016 pact between Petronas Dagangan and Malaysia Green Technology Corporation which have installed 55 stations nationwide.

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