Be in the know about the fast evolving EV charging landscape
While electric sedans can satisfy the need for speed, EV owners are left wanting when it comes to charging speeds at public charge points, where hours are taken for a full charge and when they are in queue waiting their turn if all charging station lots are taken.
Using the BYD e6 as an example, switching to an EV can save you up to $30,000 over the course of 10 years. With 522km of range on the super safe BYD Blade Battery, fast charging capabilities to go from 20% – 80% in about 40min on a Venus 30 DC charger and a few hours on an Aurora AC charger, the BYD e6 might just be the right car for the financial savvy.
Letter of No Objection (LNO) Granted for QuickCharge Aurora Series, Titan Series & Venus 30 EV Chargers
In compliance with EV charging standard TR25:2016, Letter of No Objection (LNO) is granted for QuickCharge Aurora series, Titan series and Venus 30 electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
DRIVING an electric car means saying goodbye to buying fuel, but could it also mean saying hello to selling energy? QuickCharge is hoping to turn individuals, commercial property owners and condominium managers into Charging Point Operators (CPOs), who make money by selling electricity to drivers.
Singapore startup QuickCharge aims to provide electric vehicle (EV) users with fast charging solutions right at their doorsteps. Launched in June this year, they claim to be the country’s first EV charge point retailer and service provider with a unique “Charge & Earn” programme.