Iran to launch first electric vehicle charging station
09:25 - 23/05/2019
The executive director of the Mbna group of Iran, Abbas Ali Abadi, announced on Thursday the inauguration of the first cargo station for electric cars in Tehran by the company to join Iran to the owners of such stations.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of Iran's first electric power station at the Milad Tower in Tehran, Abadi said the station was inaugurated on an area of 700 square meters and includes two lines for the shipment of cars and electric bicycles.
The first line is intended for fast and slow shipment of cars, while the second line is for the shipment of bicycles, he said, noting that the shipment is in accordance with international standards, which were settled by experts of the country, adding that the rapid shipment of AC at this plant is 43 kilowatts, Benefit from it by all electric vehicles with standard specifications.
Abadi pointed out that the second line is equipped with two 5.5-kilowatt charging devices for electric bicycles, pointing out that the inauguration of this station helps reduce air pollution in Tehran. Ending / 25