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MOTC Signs 2 MoUs for Providing Free Electric Vehicle Chargers
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MOTC Signs 2 MoUs for Providing Free Electric Vehicle Chargers

05 Nov, 2020 12:56 PMMinistry of Transport and Communications (MOTC)Intended Audience
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MOTC Signs 2 MoUs

In the presence of HE Mr. Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, Minister of Transport and Communications, the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC) signed yesterday, Wednesday, 4 November 2020 two memorandums of understanding (MoUs). The first MoU was signed with Nasser Bin Khaled & Sons Holding Company, and the second MoU was signed with Q-Auto Company for providing free electric vehicle chargers. 

The two MoUs were signed by Sheikh Mohamed bin Khalid Al Thani, Director of Technical Affairs Department, MOTC, Sheikh Faleh bin Nawwaf Al Thani, Managing Director – Automotive at Nasser Bin Khaled & Sons Holding Co. and Mr. Ahmed Shariefi, Director of Operations at Q-Auto L.L.C.

Under the two MoUs, the two companies will provide a number of free electric vehicle chargers that comply with the specifications of electric chargers that have been issued by the State of Qatar. They will be installed at locations to be specified by MOTC. This also includes conducting periodic maintenance for these charging units.

On this occasion, Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalid Al Thani, Director of Technical Affairs Department, MOTC, said: "Signing the two MoUs comes within the framework of implementing the Electric Vehicle Strategy prepared by MOTC in collaboration with the bodies concerned. This also includes implementing the State's orientations toward reinforcing the engagement of the private sector in government developmental projects and encouraging its partaking in mobility and transportation projects in order to develop real operational processes. This will result in enriching the investment ideology of private sector companies, thus contributing to bolstering the localization of expertise and the technology in use."

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