The two parties agreed to cooperate and jointly conduct feasibility studies to develop the adoption of electric vehicle technology and energy management, which can be applied to Amata’s industrial estates. The cooperation period will be 24 months where Amata City Chonburi industrial estate will serve as a pilot area. In early support of this agreement, Banpu NEXT has already deployed four electric tuk-tuks “MovMi” which will be used to provide zero-carbon transportation taxi services within the Amata area.
Banpu NEXT is a leading smart clean energy solution provider in Thailand and the Asia Pacific region with a strong portfolio of renewable energy, energy storage businesses, electric vehicles, mobility services and energy management systems.
(second left) Mr. Chanit Suwanparin, Head of Customer Experience, Banpu NEXT led the signing ceremony on behalf of Banpu NEXT; (third left) Mr. Viboon Kromadit, Director and Chief Marketing Officer Amata Corporation Public Company Limited and (forth left) Mr. Aukkares Choochouy, Managing Director Amata Facility Services attended and signed on behalf of Amata