Singapore solar power firm to install 10,000 electric vehicle charging points here by 2030

Charge+ addresses "pain points" in dense cities with space and power supply constraints. PHOTO: SUNSEAP
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SINGAPORE - 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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