Firm aims to install 10,000 EV charging points by 2030

Sunseap's project could make company the largest electric vehicle charging provider here

The 7.4 kilowatt alternating current electric vehicle chargers were designed in-house by home-grown solar power company Sunseap Group's electric mobility unit, Charge+. The chargers are "ultra-slim", at around 150mm thick, so that they can fit the sm
The 7.4 kilowatt alternating current electric vehicle chargers were designed in-house by home-grown solar power company Sunseap Group's electric mobility unit, Charge+. The chargers are "ultra-slim", at around 150mm thick, so that they can fit the smallest carpark spaces in Singapore. PHOTO: SUNSEAP
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Home-grown solar power company Sunseap Group has set up an electric mobility unit called Charge+, with an aim to install 10,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging points here by 2030.

The number is more than one-third of the 28,000 which the Government said Singapore would have by the end of the decade, and could make the company the largest EV charging provider here.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 29, 2020, with the headline Firm aims to install 10,000 EV charging points by 2030. Subscribe