Electric vehicle (EV) charging app, Monta, and e-mobility solution provider, CITA EV, have issued statements detailing their new partnership which is hoped to help scale supercharge EV charge point infrastructure in the Middle East.
As part of the agreement, CITA will leverage Monta software to provide businesses and organizations in the Middle East with an avenue to install and operate new charge point.
Monta will also offer 24/7 customer support and a payment infrastructure that will enable a seamless charging process for charge point owners and drivers. The partnership will also see Monta become CITA’s exclusive EV charge point software provider in the Middle East.
Monta’s platform serves as a convergence point for organizations and charge point installers as parties on both sides partner to provide more solutions to EV drivers. These solutions include smart queueing, reservation features, helping these operators build a new revenue stream.
Electric charge point infrastructure in the Middle East is witnessing a remarkable transformation as the adoption rate of electric vehicles continue to surge in the region. Countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia are striving to ensure that between 10% and 30% of cars in their territories are electric by 2030, while the United Arab Emirates has set a more specific goal, which is to have 42,000 vehicles on its roads under the same time frame.
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