Malaysian and Singaporean CPOs join forces

Charge point operators Yinson GreenTech and Singapore's ComfortDelGro ENGIE signed a partnership agreement, essentially setting up the largest combined Singapore-Malaysia EV charging network.

Image: YGT

Crossing the border in an electric vehicle from Malaysia to Singapore (or vice versa) has become easier. Malaysia’s largest charge point operator, Yinson GreenTech (YGT), and one of Singapore’s leading charge point operators, ComfortDelGro ENGIE (CDG ENGIE), are working together, giving customers access to more than 1,000 charge points on both sides of the border.

According to YGT, “the combined network is set to increase to 8,000 – 5,000 charge points in Singapore and 3,000 in Malaysia –” by 2030.

“This partnership is a major breakthrough for the e-mobility industry in Singapore and Malaysia as it addresses the main growth hurdle, which is range anxiety,” says YGT CEO Eirik Barclay. “It bridges cross-border inter-operability, delivering accessible charging infrastructure and the best ‘charge anywhere’ e-roaming experience to EV drivers travelling between Singapore and Malaysia.”

YGT currently operates nearly 400 charge points in Malaysia, the company says. CDG ENGIE even has more than 600 in Singapore. Customers can use the chargEV app or the CDG ENGIE EV Charging app to access the points and pay for charging.


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