French oil giant Total to buy largest electric vehicle charging network in S'pore

BlueSG has about 1,500 charging points spread across the island. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Five months after selling its vehicle fleet, electric car-sharing operator BlueSG is selling its network of charging stations.

The firm, owned by French engineering group Bollore, has agreed to sell its charging network to French oil giant Total.

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