Singapore to install 10,000 Electric Vehicle Charging Points by 2030

Charge+, the green mobility arm of Sunseap Group, plans to install 10,000 charging points across Singapore as a game-changer in the promotion of EV adoption in the country. The clean energy company says its investment will support Singapore’s goal of phasing out internal combustion engine vehicles for full clean energy vehicles by 2040.

Sunseap Group has already amassed a portfolio of solar projects across over approximately 4,000 buildings in Singapore and is developing its own proprietary, ultra-slim charger which is specifically designed for plug and play in all existing car parks.

In a press release, Goh Chee Kiong, CEO of Charge+, said “The vision of Charge+ is to address the painpoints faced by dense cities such as Singapore and become a game-changer for the EV sector,”

“As a leading EV charging operator in Singapore, Charge+ aims to make the charging experience convenient, pleasant and affordable for residents and businesses.”

The new charging points will serve companies operating electric vehicle fleets, and apply its smart charging solution to allow for more chargers to be installed to serve more EV drivers, as many car parks in Singapore have limited localised power supply, the group added. Charge+ has named Axxel Marketing, Ebenezer Group, and StorHub as its first set of clients.

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