FREDDIE TINGA, President of GET Philippines and Arthur R. Tan, CEO of IMI -- GLOBAL-IMI.COM

Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (IMI) installed an electric vehicle (EV) charging and transportation system for its listed parent firm, Ayala Corp.

In a disclosure to the exchange on Tuesday, IMI said the EV charging and transportation system was placed at the Ayala 30th Mall last week, on Dec. 17.

“We have been part of this ecosystem on a global basis; and now that we’re contributing locally, we are all the more proud to be deeply involved [in] this major disruption here in our country,” IMI Chief Executive Officer Arthur R. Tan said.

The company brought TGOOD LINCHR’s EV chargers for the project. It said IMI China builds the electronics and assembles the power supply systems of the EV chargers.

TGOOD LINCHR is said to be the largest EV charging infrastructure provider in the world.

The company worked with Ayala Land, Inc., TGOOD, GREENSTRUM, and Global Electric Transport for the new charging station. IMI said the project is done in support of the Ayala group’s commitment to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

“We hope to be a catalyst for technology that drives carbon neutrality,” Mr. Tan said.

IMI shares at the stock exchange went up 4.45% or 37 centavos to close at P8.68 apiece. — Keren Concepcion G. Valmonte