Powertech Mobility says it targeting both B2C and B2B customers in efforts to ‘pioneer’ end-to-end electric charging deployment in the UAE.
The UAE has declared 2023 as the Year of Sustainability and the market is expected to see a number of solutions being launched to support the nation’s vision in achieving net zero emissions by 2050.
Homegrown Powertech Mobility was established in 2017 as a subsidiary of Powertech Switchgear Industries – a service provider for Low Voltage (LV) switchgear power distribution boards and services over the past 30 years. It sees its role as enhancing the shift towards electric mobility and serving the rapid local demand for EV infrastructure, in the market.
With the emergence of electric mobility and sustainable transport methods, Powertech Mobility claims it is at the forefront of EV charging infrastructure offering a broad spectrum of EV charging units, ranging from Alternating Current (AC) to Direct Current (DC), energy monitoring and management, and LV switchgear maintenance.
Covering supply, installation, maintenance and after-sales services, the firm provides comprehensive end-to-end services for EV charging infrastructure. It has also partnered with the Switzerland-based global technology company ABB, to supply “ultra-modern” electric chargers incorporating the latest reliable technology for EV charging including fast and ultra-fast charging options to fully charge an EV in a few hours or even minutes.
By satisfying the needs of both B2B and B2C markets Powertech Mobility has gained a reputation for supplying reliable and revolutionary EV charging solutions.
“The UAE is paving the way for Electric Mobility with its ambitious vision and we are excited to be a part of its journey while contributing to its sustainability goals. We have witnessed rapid growth over the past five years and expect it to continue as the EV market matures. The UAE already has a network of charging stations and with favourable policies and strategic initiatives continually being implemented by the government, we aim to support the nation to become a positive testament for the global energy transition,” says Arthi Srinivasan, Director of EV Charging Solutions at Powertech Mobility.
Its customers include private homes and various commercial spaces such as automotive dealerships, service centres, petrol stations, hotels, malls, offices and residential buildings seeking to install EV chargers in parking lots to provide value-added services to tenants and visitors. The increase in demand from such customers has also made Powertech Mobility the go-to supplier for retrofit projects. Some of its previous projects include electrification of facilities for leading automobile dealerships and residential communities in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah for leading developers, and infrastructure for truck and passenger fleet electrification.
“The electrification of transport has revolutionized mobility for the better. By providing a broad spectrum of EV charging infrastructure including passenger vehicles, fleet solutions, heavy-duty electric vehicles (e-buses and trucks) along with the software technology for remote monitoring and optimization of Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) assets, we are well-equipped to support the increasing demand for innovative and customized EV charging solutions in the UAE,” added Vinay Premachandran, Director of Sales at Powertech Mobility
With an accomplished workforce, a history of highly successful projects, and superior EV charging hardware and software, Powertech Mobility says it is confident in “the UAE’s visionary leadership and the local EV market and aims to deploy infrastructure that meets the needs of the next generation for smarter, reliable and emission-free mobility.”