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Arabian Automobiles Renault opens free EV charging station

AW Rostamani Group subsidiary invites customers to plug in on Sheikh Zayed Road

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Arabian Automobiles Renault customers can now charge their electric vehicles at the auto retailer’s showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.

The AW Rostamani company says it is “proud to offer drivers in Dubai another reason to start thinking green” when considering their electric car purchase.

“The installation of the electrical vehicle charging station comes as a progression of the company’s intention to not only cater to its customers but to the citizens and residents of Dubai as a whole, aligning with National Strategies for sustainability, including Dubai Plan 2021 for a sustainable city that adheres to international best practices in its dependence on renewable energy sources,” said Michel Ayat, CEO, Arabian Automobiles.

“We are proud to be playing a role in the green transformation of the Emirate and as such have selected to install the station at the Renault showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road as it is accessible to all commuters.”

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