Energy for transport
Electric mobility in Cambodia
Cambodia is promoting low-emission transport modes by implementing electric motorcycles and a network of charging and maintenance stations. ...
Khmer Times Staff
Transport minister backs Siem Reap electric bus study
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has expressed its support a pre-feasibility study on the use of electric buses in Siem Reap town and province. The case study, which was prepared by the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), will be used as model for ...
Electric vehicle charge stations key to drive nationwide switch
Authorities have urged the private sector to invest in electric vehicle (EV) power stations and called on Cambodians to switch to electric vehicles to cut costs and become more environmentally friendly. ...
Ministry opens third public EV charger – in central Siem Reap
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport on September 14 inaugurated its third public electric vehicle (EV) charging kiosk, this time in central Siem Reap town, raising hopes for the wide adoption of the alternative fuel vehicles going forward. A ministry statement issued in conjunction ...
Kingdom to have ‘at least 10’ EV stations by December
Cambodia aims to have “at least 10” operational electric vehicle (EV) charging stations nationwide by end-2022, in the capital and “key provinces”, according to the public works minister on March 22. ...
Talks encourage increased EV use
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has held a series of discussions with electricity providers and sustainability organisations to support the development of policies that will encourage mass use of electric vehicles (EV) in Cambodia. ...
Electric vehicle manufactures poised to win-over Kingdom’s highly petrol dominated fleet
The streets of Cambodia’s major cities may be full of huge, gas-guzzling, environment-destroying sports utility vehicles and trucks that only go off road when their owners park them on the pavement, but a growing number of electric vehicle manufacturers are eyeing the Kingdom as an ...
EdC to bill red zone customers once every three months
The state-run Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) announced that from May onward it would issue electricity bills once every three months to consumers in the red zones or lockdown areas as EdC agents could not deliver the bills in person. ...