Its Thai subsidiary, Mitsubishi Motors Thailand, has agreed to start the testing with the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) and PEA ENCOM International Company. The MEA is a state-owned utility responsible for acquiring and supplying electric energy in the Bangkok Metropolis, Samut Prakan and Nonthaburi provinces; while PEA ENCOM International is a subsidiary of the Provincial Electricity Authority and was established as a state enterprise for power energy investment. One of its missions is to develop renewable energy.
Mitsubishi originally agreed to a joint study for fleet testing of electric vehicles with the government back in December, 2010, and based on the new agreements it will start specifically testing for acceptability, marketability and charging infrastructure.
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