Yinson Eyes Brunei EV Charging Market

Yinson GreenTech has inked a deal to build charge points across Brunei as interest in electric mobility picks up the kingdom.

The agreement was inked in a signing ceremony at the satellite showroom of Maju Motor Sdn Bhd in The Mall Gadong, where Brunei’s first charge points were installed in November 2023 by Maju Motors, who is the authorised dealer for BYD in Brunei, and BEV, who is the authorised charge point operator. These charge points will be integrated into the chargEV app in about two weeks’ time, with more charge points to follow suit in the coming months.

The agreement with BEV follows close on the heels of a similar partnership that Yinson GreenTech had signed with one of Singapore’s leading charge point operators, ComfortDelGro ENGIE, in October 2023 which had paved the way for the largest combined charging network across Singapore and Malaysia.  With the addition of BEV’s charge points in Brunei and the plans of all parties to expand their respective networks, users of the chargEV app can look forward to more convenience and greater access to a growing network of chargers across all three countries.

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