RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Transport and Logistics has installed the first batch of electric charging stations at its Riyadh headquarters as the Kingdom continues its journey to achieve sustainability.
The stations, developed by electric charging infrastructure developer ABB, can be used by employees of the ministry and visitors, according to a LinkedIn post.
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 aims to ensure a safe environment for future generations, and several carbon emission reduction initiatives are progressing steadily in the Kingdom.
Last month, the Madinah municipality signed an agreement with Al-Sharif Holding Group to establish 12 electric charging stations at several key points in the city.
Recently, Kalyana Sivagnanam, group CEO of Petromin, during an exclusive interaction with Arab News said that its electric charging station arm Electromin is planning to open new charging stations, in addition to the already existing 100 stations in the country.