The first charging network for electric cars was just launched by the Egyptian Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Qabil today. Revolta is the company responsible for establishing the project, they’ve recently set the network’s substructure to serve electric cars, Qabil said, adding that the company have conducted two-year studies on the ability of the Egyptian roads to be electric car friendly.
Qabil added that the ministry added modern technologies in the Egyptian car industry to meet the Egyptian consumers’ desires, such as eco-friendly electric cars which that are believed to consume lower maintenance and charge costs than regular cars. In addition, Qabil added that electric cars will be available in the New Administrative Capital.
Mohammed Badawi, Revolta Egypt’s Chief Executive Officer, said that the company has developed a quick delivery and maintenance services, and designed a mobile application that will state the location of the nearest charging station of electric cars. The company will establish 65 stations in seven governorates within the project’s first stage, Badawi added.