ChargeSini Fuels Malaysia's Net-Zero Mission, Seeks Government Support

ChargeSini has become the nation’s top EV Charging Point Operator (CPO) within just 18 months since its inception in October 2022.

With over 700 charging ports deployed nationwide, ChargeSini has emerged as the fastest-growing CPO in Southeast Asia (SEA), playing a pivotal role in promoting EV adoption and green energy initiatives in Malaysia to achieve zero net emission by 2050 following the announcement of the National Energy Transition Roadmap (NETR).

EV Industry and Call for Government Support

To continue expand green footprint and promote EV adoption, ChargeSini seeks support from the Malaysian government, leveraging initiatives such as the “National Fund-of-Funds“.  

“It is a Malaysian-focused fund with RM1bn allocation to invest in high growth innovative companies,” the Prime Minister said in his keynote address at the inaugural KL20 Summit here on Monday (April 22).

Sustainable Innovation at KL20 Summit 2024

The KL20 Summit 2024, spearheaded by the Ministry of Economy, showcased Malaysia’s commitment to fostering sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship across key sectors.

The government’s strategic initiatives, as highlighted at the summit, resonate with ChargeSini’s mission and business objectives. 

With government support and funding, ChargeSini is committed to achieve nationwide deployment of EV charging stations, providing seamless access for all EV owners and slashing Malaysia’s carbon footprint. 

”Our goal is to make Malaysia a premier EV hub, then extend our impact across SEA.”

This expansion will be coupled with technological advancements, including the integration of AI, big data analytics, and Super-App features to solidify ChargeSini as a pioneer in green technology, driving a sustainable future throughout the region.

ChargeSini’s proprietary cloud system integrates a sophisticated database that comprehensively captures data on green energy metrics, such as quantified CO2 emissions reductions, corresponding tree planting equivalents, carbon credit transactions, and adherence to carbon market regulatory frameworks. 

This meticulously curated dataset not only amplifies ChargeSini’s commitment to Malaysia Sustainability Goals but also reinforces its alignment with key principles of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). 

“This robust infrastructure underpins our strategic endeavours in advancing carbon neutrality and fostering sustainable energy ecosystems, positioning us as a leader in the global movement towards a greener, more resilient future, ” says ChargeSini Founder and Managing Director James Goh.