Askar Mamin informed on plans for development of electric vehicles production in Kazakhstan
Prime Minister Askar Mamin visited the National Automobile Pavilion, where he got acquainted with the models of electric cars planned for production in Kazakhstan, Kazpravda.kz reports with reference to the press service of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The President of the "Association of Kazakh Auto Business" A. Lavrentyev and Deputy General Director of JAC Motors Yu Yang, Chairman of the Board of JSC "Kazakhstan Industry Fund" N. Baibazarov and General Director of Operator ROP LLP M. Kumargaliev reported on the state and prospects for development of the Kazakhstani auto industry of electric cars and measures to form an automotive environmental hub for the "green economy".
In 2021, Kazakhstan plans to produce 1200 units of electric transport of various models, including buses; in 2022 this figure will be brought to 2000 units. The machines will be supplied to the domestic market and exported abroad.
To date, more than 50 charging stations for electric vehicles operate in Nur-Sultan. This list was supplemented with special zones installed on the territory of the National Pavilion, which make it possible to charge 25 electric vehicles at the same time.
The Head of Government was shown models of electric vehicles JAC IEVS4 and JAC IEV7S, as well as full-size crossovers NIO ES6 and NIO ES8.
The event was attended by Deputy Prime Minister R. Sklyar, Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development B. Atamkulov and others.