Charge+ to build charging network in Vietnam together with Porsche

Charge+ has partnered Porsche to launch a 1,700km EV charging network in Vietnam that connects Vietnam’s two largest cities Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. This initiative will see 17 DC ultra-fast charging sites across the entire country over the next three years.

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The first nine sites with charging speeds of up to 180 kW power rating will be up and running by the first half of 2025, located in key cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong and Da Nang.

The remaining eight sites are planned to be completed by the first half of 2027. The two high-performance charging sites already available at Porsche Studio Hanoi and Porsche Centre Saigon will also be integrated into the Charge+ app.

“In line with our mission to catalyse electric mobility in Southeast Asia, Charge+ is now implementing a 5,000km EV charging highway that spans six countries that starts with Singapore and ends with Hanoi in Vietnam. We are most excited to partner Porsche, a visionary pioneer in EVs, to undertake the 1,700km Vietnam leg which represents a quantum leap in enhancing the EV charging experience in Vietnam. We are confident that this new charging backbone will boost confidence in long-distance driving and accelerate the EV transition in Vietnam,” said Goh Chee Kiong, CEO of Charge+.

Charge+ currently has over 2,000 EV charging points active across Southeast Asia, thus making it the largest EV charging operator in Singapore and a key player across the region. It aims to operate 30,000 charging points by 2030. Following its launch in its native Singapore,  Charge+ also operates in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Cambodia.

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