It will cover the operation of over 600 EV charging points.
Land transport operator ComfortDelGro (CDG) has teamed up with French energy firm ENGIE to jointly bid for electric vehicle (EV) charging tenders, as well as to explore and deploy clean energy solutions, the companies said in a joint statement.
The pilot tender was called by the Urban Redevelopment Authority and the Land Transportation Authority, and will cover the installation and operation of over 600 EV charging points at around 200 public car parks across Singapore.
Successful tenderers will be required to install charging stations at their allotted car parks by Q3 2022.
“We are keenly aware that we must step up our commitment to green technology and processes. Sustainability has become a key pillar of our foundation and one that we intend to build on going forward,” CDG group CEO Yang Ban Seng said.
“Through this landmark partnership with CDG, we are taking transformational strides in advancing Singapore’s green mobility agenda to establish a strong and reliable green EV charging network to bolster EV adoption,” ENGIE Southeast Asia CEO Thomas Baudlot said.
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