Dammam– Under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Saud bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and in the presence of prominent dignitaries, Dammam Welcomes First Electric Bus on November 8th.
In a significant stride toward aligning with Saudi Vision 2030 and in line with the Saudi Green Initiative, NTSC has entered into a groundbreaking partnership with SAPTCO. This collaboration underscores our dedication to reducing carbon emissions collectively and advancing towards a net-zero future. Notably, NTSC stands as the Gulf Cooperation Council’s pioneering and solitary fleet mobility solutions company equipped to craft comprehensive carbon optimization and decarbonization strategies.
It is well-known that NTSC is a leading technology company that utilizes new energy economics discipline and a fleet management systems for enabling B2B and B2G sectors to decarbonize their entire fleets through transition to BEV” Battery electric vehicle” & FCEV” Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle” commercial vehicle platforms NTSC is an active contributor to achieving the sustainability goals of Saudi Vision 2030.
Dr. Rumaih AL-Rumaih, the President of Transport General Authority, commented on the partnership stating, “The decarbonization journey with NTSC is a crucial step towards creating a more sustainable future. By switching to electric vehicles, we will reduce carbon emissions and help create a cleaner, healthier world.”
On this occasion, Gary Flom, CEO of NTSC, expressed his satisfaction with the partnership, stating, “Our joint effort with SAPTCO is a testament to our commitment to Saudi Vision 2030 and a sustainable, emissions-free future.”
The Decarbonization Roadmap comprises five key phases. Initially, it seeks to establish a baseline of current carbon emissions through data gathering and analysis. Subsequently, the focus shifts to identifying and assessing the technology readiness and availability in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Finally, NTSC will provide SAPTCO with a Decarbonization Roadmap for the next five years that includes the key actions and the implementation timescale.