Electric car-sharing service BlueSG unveils 100th charging station

The strong figures came 10 months after its debut.

Singapore’s first large-scale electric vehicle car-sharing service BlueSG has drawn over 17,000 members and 70,000 rentals in the short span of ten months after its debut, according to a media release.

BlueSG has grown its fleet from a mere 80 BlueCars and 32 BlueSG charging stations in December to a current portfolio of 230 Bluecars and 100 BlueSG charging stations that offers 393 charging points across the island. 

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In response to the positive market response, the electric vehicle car-sharing service also unveiled its 100th charging station at 1 Cantonment Road, The Pinnacle @ Duxton where it will offer one-hour free rental to its Premium members who drove more than 100 minutes between 3 to 12 October 2018.

“With 100 stations, in almost every town island-wide, BlueSG is a convenient and competitive commuting option in complement of the existing public transport network,” Franck Vitté, Managing Director, BlueSG said in a statement. “Moving forward, this will contribute to car-lite Singapore for the benefit of the environment.”

Sembcorp Power will supply the electricity for BlueSG’s charging stations.

BlueSG aims to roll out a 1,000-strong electric vehicle fleet and 2,000 charging points by 2020.

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