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SingPost, MO kickstart trial for electric motorbikes with swappable batteries

The trial will go on for three months.

Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) and MO Batteries Pte Ltd (MO) have commenced the trial for electric motorbikes with swappable batteries.

The trial, which will last for three months, will involve two electric motorbikes serving selected areas in Districts 9 and 10. 

MO will provide the electric motorbikes and all charging services to be used in the trial.

“During the trial, the vehicles will be assessed for their charging convenience, ease of use, maintainability, and energy efficiency,” SingPost said.

“The trial forms part of the regulatory sandbox granted to MO by the Land Transport Authority, Singapore and is an important part of SingPost’s commitment to operating a fully electric delivery fleet by 2026,” SingPost added.
 

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