COMOS e-Mobilia world 2015 – four new EV stations, 10 more by the end of 2015; 40 in total by 2017

COMOS e-Mobilia world 2015 – four new EV stations, 10 more by the end of 2015; 40 in total by 2017
COMOS на e-Mobilia мира 2015 – четырех новых станций ЭВ, 10 подробнее к концу 2015 года; 40 в общей сложности к 2017 году

In response, COMOS worked to solve at least one of these problems, by opening four new stations in Klang valley – mines shopping centre, KL Sentral and SUBANG Jaya and Universiti monorail station. This is in addition to existing facilities in Bangsar and Asia Jaya monorail station, Medan Tuanku, Munshi Abdullah, University of Malaya and utm Jalan Semarak (previous bays at pasar Seni and Ampang Park monorail station and Lorong bonus seems to have been removed).


According Fadzili, most trips were concentrated around Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding Klang valley, but some have ventured as far as Ulu Yam on the Nilai North and South; but, COMOS has not experienced any instances of his electric battery still. He added that this statistic means that the range anxiety fears of people about electric cars were unfounded.

Not all smooth sailing, however; the breakdown of user demographics showed that only 32% of COMOS members actually ordered and driven machine. User feedback showed that the lack of stations (and in inconvenient places of those that already exist), along with relatively expensive consumption rate were the main factors affecting towing service.


Running concurrently is in zone 3 – the company is looking to implement fast chargers at rest stops along the North-South (NSE) and has introduced a service in Johor Bahru and Penang. The former will occur in phases, beginning with a pilot program from KL to Melaka, then JB will continue and extend from KL to Penang.

The company is also looking to expand to 10 new stations by the end of this year, while also adding 10 new Renault Zoe to the original fleet of 10. Also on the roadmap are the addition of several new stations across Peninsular Malaysia, grouped in zones 1, 2 and 3.

E-Mobilia world 2015 conference – held in conjunction with the 2015 international greentech and Eco products exhibition and conference Malaysia (IGEM) – a comprehensive mobility solutions (COMOS) CTO Fadzili Ahmad Shiyuti gave participants a kind of status update in respect of the profress of the electric car sharing service.

Since its launch in June, COMOS collected 850 registered users, with 220 fully paid and the ability to use the service. After 150 orders so far, customers have racked up 500 hours of operation, and traveled as much as 15,000 km.


Zone 1 includes in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya areas, including existing SUBANG Jaya and Kuala Lumpur LRT line stations. By 2017, this should strengthen the EV station count from the current 11 to 40 stations in Klang valley. From there, the company will move to area 2, which includes the municipalities SUBANG Jaya, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, as well as stations along the upcoming easy expansion and new metro lines 1 and 2.

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