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Nissan ties up with Thailand's Delta for EV charging systems

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s subsidiary in Thailand has tapped Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL to provide owners of its Leaf hatchback electric cars with international-standard charging facilities, the companies said in a joint release May 21.

The Japanese carmaker launched its Leaf vehicles at the Thailand International Motor Expo in May and began shipping them to Thai customers the same month.

Under the partnership, which supports Thailand’s electrification goal of 1.2 million units on the road by 2036, the power supplies and electronic components distributor will become Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co. Ltd.'s primary provider of electric vehicle charging systems in the country.

Delta's 7.36kW AC EV charger will be used for home and workplace charging, while 50kW DC Quick EV chargers will be used in public charging stations.

In addition, Delta will also provide onsite survey, installation and aftersales services.