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          Bangkok Hospital Pattaya and EGAT jointly opened an ‘EleX by EGAT’ charging station to offer convenience to EV users as well as to promote energy transition and electric vehicle industry, driving Thailand towards the goal of carbon neutrality.

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          On November 12, 2021 Mr. Somphop Wongbancherdkit, Director of Support Services of Bangkok Hospital Pattaya and Mr. Warit Rattanachuen, Assistant Governor - Governor’s Office of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) joined an opening ceremony of the ‘EleX by EGAT’ charging station at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya. This EV charging station will offer convenience to EV users who go to Pattaya and those who use services at the hospital.

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          Mr. Warit Rattanachuen said that the EleX by EGAT charging station at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya is EGAT’s fifteenth EV charging station and the first one located at a hospital, which reflects a collaboration between a private agency and EGAT, a state-owned enterprise on energy, to promote electric vehicle use and to achieve the national goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 as the Prime Minister had declared a commitment in COP26.

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          Bangkok Hospital Pattaya has clear directions and policy on clean energy support, energy efficiency improvement, and greenhouse gas emissions reduction. The charging station installed at the hospital is an important step to promote energy transition and electric vehicle industry in Thailand.

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          The EleX by EGAT charging station at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya is comprised of one 100-kW fast charger with two charging dispensers which support CCS and Chademo connectors as well as two 22-kW normal chargers. The charging station can charge up to four vehicles simultaneously and is now open to the public, especially those who use the services at the hospital. Charging reservation and payment can be done easily via the application ‘EleXA.’