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Charging EVs will cost THB7.5 per unit at MEA stations from Aug 1

Charging electric vehicles (EV) will cost 7.5 baht per unit from Monday onwards, the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) announced on Friday.

The fee will be charged at all MEA stations, namely Wat Liap, Bang Khunthien, Bang Khen, Bang Yai, Thonburi, Samut Prakan, Lat Krabang, Nonthaburi, Bang Kapi, Bang Phli, Yan Nawa, Bang Na, Nuanchan, Bang Bua Thong, Min Buri, Phloen Chit, and Bang Phut.

The fee will also apply at partner charging stations at Ban Suan La Salle, Bang Khun Non 7-eleven branches, THER Ladprao 93 village, MK Plus Auto Care and Tire and Benchakitti Park.

Meanwhile, a 50 per cent cashback is being offered to EV users who pay via the MEA EV Wallet. The promotion, marking MEA's 64th anniversary, will run from August 1 to September 5.

Published : July 29, 2022