The memorandum of understanding (MoU) commits them to work together to ensure easy access for electric vehicle (EV) customers, along with service manuals for charging systems, technical skills training and public charging stations. He also emphasised the importance of building the EV ecosystem for Nissan Leaf customers across the Kingdom. “We recently started delivering the all-new Nissan Leaf to our valued Thai customers, and 20 per cent of those were upcountry. Last month Nissan also signed an Electro Mobility Operator agreement to appoint Delta Electronic Thailand as the official EV charging provider for Nissan Leaf customers. Nissan also continues to develop its EV dealership network across the country, with 32 certified Nissan EV showroom and service centres nationwide.
Source: The Nation Bangkok June 18, 2019 18:00 UTC