project : electric vehicle roadmap reporting period : 1/10/2013 – 31

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PROJECT : ELECTRIC VEHICLE ROADMAP
REPORTING PERIOD : 1/10/2013 – 31/10/2013
Project Brief/Summary
 Towards establishing Malaysia as the global EV
hub through capturing the regional market for
EV manufacturing, financing, and support
solutions
 EV Roadmap to outline the path towards
achieving 10% EV by 2020
Objectives
 To develop a Comprehensive EV Industry
Roadmap charting the growth of the EV industry
towards regional leadership position
 To continue with EV awareness and promotion
programs, focussing primarily on government
stakeholders
 To embark on EV bus and EV motorcycle
programs
 To develop EV Technology Centers of Excellence
(COEs) at local universities and research
institutions
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Project Fund: RM 600,000
Duration: 1 Jan 2013 – 31 Dec 2013
Expected Outcomes
Status
 National Electric Vehicle
Roadmap by December
2013
 Roadmap is 70%
completed
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PROJECT : ELECTRIC VEHICLE ROADMAP
REPORTING PERIOD : 1/10/2013 – 31/10/2013
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Activities Completed (During reporting period)
Review of NAP 2013 (23-25 Oct)
EV incentives : Sustainable Mobility Fund paper
for MTHPI (19-23 Oct)
EV industry blueprint for MTHPI (14-18 Oct)
Preview of Tesla to YAB PM (23 Sep)
EV KL-Melaka run plan in progress (11 Oct)
Preparation of EV Roadmap (15-31 Oct)
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Activities Planned (For next reporting period)
Continue review of NAP 2013 (23-25 Nov)
Presentation of Sustainable Mobility Fund paper
at MTHPI (28-29 Nov)
Presentation of EV industry blueprint at MTHPI
(28-29 Nov)
Identify collaborator for social and economic
analysis related to EV (26-30 Nov)
Preparation of EV Roadmap (1-Nov)
% completed: 70%
% funds utilised: 51%
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PROJECT : ELECTRIC VEHICLE ROADMAP
REPORTING PERIOD : 1/10/2013 – 31/10/2013
Impacts of the Project
Photos of activities for the period of
reporting
4 new private companies setup to provide EV charging
infrastructure. Total private investment estimated at
RM4 mil.
Potential investment from Tesla and BYD for
manufacturing of EV in Malaysia.
Challenges
Actions
NAP still not launched yet
Continue communication
with MAI/MITI
Tax exemption in 2014
unclear
EV Test Drive by YAB CM Melaka on 11 oct
Follow-up on discussion
with MITI, MOF, MAI
Flag off of
EV at
Petronas
Solaris on
11 oct
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