With only 600 charging stations currently available for the over 10,000 EVs registered in the country, Tritium’s entry into the Malaysian market comes at a crucial time.

The Malaysian government has recognised the need for increased EV charging infrastructure and has pledged to build 10,000 EV charging stations by 2025 in partnership with the private sector. This initiative is part of the government’s broader goal to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, which includes targets for 30% renewable energy capacity by 2025 and maintaining 50% of the nation’s land as natural forest.

KuroEV plans to deploy Tritium chargers at various locations throughout Malaysia, including offices, shopping malls, and commercial hubs. The company also intends to create its own charging network in the future, featuring solar, on-site energy storage, EV charging, cafes, and other premium services available at its sites.

KuroEV offers affordable lease-to-own options to help businesses install chargers and launch charge point operator businesses

Tritium’s entry into Malaysia represents another milestone in the company’s ongoing commitment to expanding global EV charging infrastructure and becoming the number one manufacturer of electric vehicle fast chargers in the world.