Yinson GreenTech (YGT) and ComfortDelGro Engie (“CDG Engie”) have recently signed a partnership agreement which enables EV owners from both Malaysia and Singapore to access over 1,000 charge points. Through the agreement, ChargEV users from Malaysia can activate CDG Engie’s EV chargers in the island republic from the same app.
According to their official statement, YGT currently operates close to 400 charge points in Malaysia while CDG Engie has over 600 charge points in Singapore. The partnership enables the formation of the largest combined Singapore-Malaysia electric vehicle charging network where motorists from both sides of the causeway can discover, activate and make payment for EV charging either from the ChargEV or the CDG Engie EV charging app.
By 2030, the combined network is expected to offer 8,000 charging points with 5,000 in Singapore and 3,000 in Malaysia. The partnership aims to provide greater convenience for EV drivers making cross-border trips as they can use their existing apps to access the extensive network of EV charge points in Singapore and Malaysia.
Currently, CDG Engie’s AC and DC chargers are already accessible on the ChargEV app. The DC chargers are priced at SGD 0.64 per kWh (about RM2.21) while the AC chargers are priced at SGD 0.59 per kWh (about RM2.04).
In case you missed it, ChargEV has recently expanded its network in Singapore with the deployment of its 150kW DC charger at Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2 earlier this year. These chargers are priced at SGD 0.60 per kWh (about RM2.07). ChargEV users can also access other EV chargers in Singapore operated by LHN Energy.
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