Autel Energy Expands EV Charging Network in Singapore

What’s Happening: Autel Energy, an electric vehicle (EV) charging products and services provider, is installing EV charging stations across Singapore, with completed installations at Hup Hin, the National University of Singapore, and Gain City at Sungei Kadut Drive. Another station at Gain City in Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2 will be unveiled soon. These charging stations feature Autel’s MaxiCharger DC Fast technology, offering a quick and efficient charging experience to Singaporean EV drivers.

Why It Matters: As EV adoption continues to grow worldwide, the expansion of charging infrastructure plays a critical role in supporting this transition. Autel Energy’s charging stations in Singapore will help accelerate EV adoption and reduce the carbon footprint of transportation in the region. The company has plans to further expand its charging network in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, promoting EV accessibility and sustainability.

Key Points:

  • Hup Hin station features four MaxiCharger DC 240kW and twenty DC 120kW chargers for Ebus and E-Truck users.
  • The National University of Singapore station has one DC 240kW, one DC 120kW, and two DC 60kW chargers, primarily for Ebus drivers.
  • Gain City stations at Sungei Kadut Drive and Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 2 are equipped with two DC 120kW chargers each.
  • Autel’s MaxiCharger DC Fast series offers up to 265 km of range in 10 minutes with a 400A output current and can improve charging speed by up to 30% in boost mode.
  • The charging stations feature a smart advertising and communication screen, providing additional revenue streams for businesses and charging-related information for users.
  • Autel’s charging solutions are compatible with IEC standard vehicles, and the company tests and evaluates new vehicles for interoperability to ensure a higher charging success rate.

Bottom Line: Autel Energy’s installation of EV charging stations in Singapore is a crucial step toward increasing EV adoption and reducing carbon emissions in the transportation sector. By offering fast and efficient charging options, the company aims to make EV charging more accessible and convenient for drivers across Southeast Asia, contributing to a more sustainable future.


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