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A Pulse EV charging station

Pulse sets up UAE’s first private EV charging network

ABU DHABI, 7 days ago

 
Pulse EV, the UAE’s first and only private integrated electrical vehicle charging network and infrastructure ecosystem, has officially launched its services in Abu Dhabi. Its first charging stations in collaboration with Imkan will be at Sheikha Fatima Park and Cove Beach. 
 
Pulse is a homegrown Smart Mobility solution provider that is committed to delivering convenient and advanced Electric and Plug-in Hybrid vehicle charging points and services in the UAE. 
 
In partnership with Imkan Properties, Pulse is deploying a Fast Charger that would take 40 to 50 minutes to charge 80% of the battery of the car at the upscale locations, which visitors can avail while enjoying the diversified experiences offered at the urban lifestyle park and premium beach at the Cove. 
 
This deployment is part of the company’s ongoing mission to establish an extensive electric vehicle (EV) charging network across critical locations around the UAE. 
 
Mohammed Rashid Al Suwaidi, Partner and Board Member, Pulse EV said: “We strongly believe that electrification and smart mobility represent the future of transport. But to make this a reality, we need to build a seamless and convenient experience for all users. A major hurdle to serious EV adoption is what we see as our users’ biggest fear: range anxiety. 
 
“By deploying the right charging solutions at the right place and at the right capacity, we can connect cities, companies, and consumers more easily while supporting them with our network. We are grateful to have Imkan’s support as we work to establish Abu Dhabi as a center of sustainability and smart solutions.”
 
“Only through a well-planned infrastructure can we provide the right platform to encourage user adoption, investment, and go-to-market introduction of electric vehicles in the UAE and region. We believe that, if people are properly incentivised to make sustainable choices, we can play a central role in maximising the benefits of future mobility in Abu Dhabi and the UAE.”
 
The 46,000-square-metre Sheikha Fatima Park, set to open at the end of 2021, will serve as a leisure and fitness hub for families developed by Abu Dhabi based developer, Imkan Properties. 
 
The park will be divided into three zones: a discovery zone, an adventure zone and an experience zone – each offering unique activities for all ages to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. 
 
Luann Parker, Director of Investment & Strategy at Imkan Properties said: “Sheikha Fatima Park has been designed to be Abu Dhabi’s first urban lifestyle park, enriching the day-to-day experience of our visitors while encouraging a more active lifestyle in the Emirate. We are happy to work with Pulse to give our visitors options that help them adopt more environmentally friendly practices while also contributing to Abu Dhabi’s broader vision to build a smart and sustainable city.”
 
The Pulse network integrates a portfolio of hardware, Etisalat services, and support in order to deliver a smooth EV experience. It is the UAE’s first and only car-agnostic electrical charging network that offers borderless open charging points that are open to the public as well as used within private locations. Pulse also ensures the data security of its users by strictly storing all data only in the UAE.-- TradeArabia News Service
 



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