The Association of Electric Vehicles Companies and Professionals (SEEI) joined the power of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCC).
During the Founding Assembly of the Association, the following members of the Board of Directors were elected for the next three years.
Dinos Lefkaritis J. (Petrolina (Holdings) Public Ltd) – President Elias Kokkinos (EKCO Maximum Power Ltd) – Vice President Stalos Pilakoutas (Char. Pilakoutas Group Ltd) – Treasurer Christianna Diogenous (Unicars Ltd) – Secretary Eracleous (A. Eracleous Electrical Installations Ltd) – Member Viken Mahtesian (Troodos Electric Cables Ltd) – Member Christos Trachonitis (Smartec Mobilty Ltd) – Member Evangelos Stamatiou (EKO Cyprus Ltd) – Member
The main objectives of SEEHI are the promotion of electric mobility, the transition to alternative forms of movement and, at the same time, the development of a network and infrastructure for recharging electric vehicles. The aim is the wide spread of all types of electric or hybrid vehicles as means of transport and the supporting infrastructure and technologies in the transport sector and beyond. It is an important initiative to promote sustainable mobility in our country.
The strength of the Association includes companies that are market leaders in various sectors such as Electric Car Charger Operators – CPO/EMSP Service Providers, Car Importers, Suppliers – E-Mobility Infrastructure Providers and Electricians.
Among the activities of the Association are among others all types – passenger, commercial, trucks, etc. – electric or hybrid vehicles as complete mechanical constructions, but also all their supporting subsystems, mechanical, electrical, electronic, software, etc.
Networks and support infrastructures for the above vehicles are also included, in order to spread them more widely and in accordance with the relevant policies and action plan of the State, e.g. electric power distribution networks for electric vehicles and public charging stations for their batteries (conventional or advanced technology), networks of organized maintenance/replacement centers for electric batteries, networks of electric city car rental stations, etc.
Additionally, an important element is the monitoring of Global and European legislative developments, providing incentives or removing disincentives for the use of electric vehicles, as well as legislative activity that encourages car manufacturers to expand their production of electric or hybrid vehicles with zero or almost zero pollution.
The KEBE welcomes SEEHI to its strength and through its long experience and professionalism will support the Association in achieving its goals and objectives.