QuickCharge.sg sets up EV charging stations at Ngee Ann City


Electric vehicle (EV) charging operator QuickCharge.sg announced today (November 23) that it has launched a mobile app, which supports functions such as search for nearest charging station, charging activation, payment and transaction records.

With the mobile app, users can locate EV charging stations and make payment. Payment can also be done using credit or debit cards at the point-of-sale terminals installed by Voltality next to the EV chargers. 

In addition, it has newly installed four EV charging stations at the seventh-floor carpark of Ngee Ann City in Orchard Road.

The charging stations have an output power of 22kW alternate current (AC) charge and 30kW direct current (DC) fast charge. QuickCharge.sg EV chargers are also compatible with all EVs with a Type 2 or Combo-2 vehicle connector.

“When EV drivers plan their route, they will likely consider where they can quickly charge their EVs while they work, shop and play at commercial complexes … to make the most of their time and journey,” said Lindy Lee, director of QuickCharge.sg.

“Rather than going to the EV charging bays of petrol kiosks specifically for the purpose of charging their EVs and finding that they’re idling their time away while queuing for an available lot, or waiting for the charging process to complete — even more so for EV owners and drivers without direct access to EV chargers installed within their residential grounds.”

Image Credit: QuickCharge.sg

Separately, QuickCharge.sg has also partnered with Audi Singapore to provide charging credits to Audi e-tron new car owners.

Additionally, the partnership offers a special discount for purchase of EV chargers to install at their residential premises — landed or non-landed — in an optional bundled package deal upon purchase.

Under this collaboration, 50 EV charging points will be gradually installed islandwide.

Featured Image Credit: QuickCharge.sg





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