Bahrain’s first electric cars charging station inaugurated

Bahrain’s first electric cars charging station inaugurated
Bahrain’s first electric cars charging station inaugurated

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANAMA — Bahrain's Minister of Electricity and Water Affairs Wael Bin Nasser Al-Mubarak and the Electricity and Water Authority (EWA)’s CEO Shaikh Nawaf Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, inaugurated the first electric cars charging station in the Atrium Mall in Saar.

The minister said that EWA is proud of the advanced achievements that Bahrain has reached to serve all citizens, residents, and visitors.

EWA’s CEO said that the electric car charger was installed by “Siemens” one of the specialized companies in this field, and it supports most types of electric cars.

He explained that this station will be the first among a number of additional stations that will be opened in the future in various regions of Bahrain. A study of data usage and feedback will be conducted so that the development process will be continuous in the new stations.

The minister and EWA’s CEO confirmed EWA’s keenness to develop its services in line with future developments in the field of electricity and water following the best technological methods that are compatible with international requirements. — Bahrain News Agency


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