SP Group (SP) is partnering Toyota’s authorised car distributor Borneo Motors Singapore (BMS) on EV sharing and leasing schemes for residents of Tengah. SP and BMS signed an MOU to explore other sustainable mobility solutions to support the adoption of EVs at Tengah. This includes the creation of an Innovation and Experience Centre within Tengah that will educate and build awareness on the future of mobility to encourage adoption of electrified vehicles. Both companies will also collaborate on electrification research on user behaviour to gain actionable insights to encourage energy-efficient and safer driving habits.
Group CEO Stanley Huang said, “We are enabling a clean energy future for Tengah by integrating our comprehensive suite of smart and sustainable energy solutions across the township. Our partnership with Borneo Motors Singapore aims to accelerate the growth of green mobility for residents, offering them accessibility, convenience and reliability through our EV fast-charging network. The insights obtained through the initiatives will enhance our capability to better design and develop EV infrastructure and solutions to support Singapore’s electrification journey.”
By 2030, SP plans to install EV charging points in up to 10 per cent of all parking lots in Tengah Park, Garden and Plantation districts, contributing towards the national goal of 60,000 EV charging points. Tengah residents will have even more reasons to consider adopting an electrified vehicle.
More details in the media release here.
Group CEO, Stanley Huang (second from right) and S Harsha, MD of Sustainable Energy Solutions (Singapore) (right), at the MoU signing ceremony with Borneo Motors Singapore representatives Ms Jasmmine Wong, CEO of Inchcape Singapore and Greater China (second from left) and Mr Samuel Yong, Director, Strategic Marketing and Business Strategy, Inchcape Singapore.