New Smart Mobility Ecosystem To Be Developed In Cyberjaya

Cyberview signed a MoU with Roda Emas Industries (REISB) on the development of Smart Mobility ecosystem in Cyberjaya which will focus on Electric Vehicles (EV) charging infrastructure and the GO TO-U EV Lifestyle Hub. The signing ceremony which took place at RekaScape in Cyberjaya, was witnessed by Yang Berhormat Tuan Nik Nazmi bin Nik Ahmad, Minister of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change.

Smart Mobility is one of the key focus areas of development towards the goal of transforming Cyberjaya into a global tech hub, as outlined in the Cyberjaya master plan. The use of Smart Mobility technologies is critical in reducing the carbon emission of transportation systems and contribute to a more sustainable Cyberjaya.

Through this strategic collaboration, Cyberview and REISB will leverage each other’s strengths, knowledge, networks, and capabilities in developing a smart mobility ecosystem that is centred on creating and fortifying the EV infrastructure, adoption of electromobility and improving energy management in Cyberjaya.

This partnership will see Cyberview and REISB explore potential collaboration for the expansion of EV charging stations and management system to other strategic locations in Malaysia.

Minister of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change, Yang Berhormat Tuan Nik Nazmi bin Nik Ahmad said, “Malaysia is fully committed to being a key part of the global transition to a low-carbon, and eventually a net zero GHG emissions nation at 2050 the earliest. One of the ways to reach this goal is to decarbonize land transport sector through the adoption of Electric Vehicles to achieve a sustainable and low carbon future for Malaysia.” 

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