VCharge Asia Launches Next-Generation EV Charging Infrastructure And App

VCharge Asia, a Malaysian e-mobility service provider, has unveiled its next-generation electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure including new EV chargers that the firm claims cuts charging times down from three hours to just 30 minutes.

“As Malaysia’s sustainability industry continues to flourish and gain momentum, the nation is more receptive towards sustainable transportation solutions. With our newly launched charging infrastructure, we are not just increasing charging speed; we are fundamentally reshaping the entire EV experience, said Kenny Ronald Ngalin, Founder of Ocean Vantage Holdings, VCharge Asia’s parent group.

“We believe that the future of mobility should be fast, convenient, and sustainable. Together, we are expediting the transition to a cleaner, greener future one where EVs play a pivotal role in transforming how we move and reducing our environmental footprint,” Ngalin added.

In addition to a new EV charging infrastructure, VCharge Asia also introduced a new self-titled app that can be used at high-power charging stations. The core of the Vcharge app is to simplify every aspect of EV charging for a user-centric and hassle-free experience, the firm said in a press release.

Coupled with our strategic positioning of charging points within city limits to push the EV movement forward, we hope to continue complementing government initiatives to expand coverage along long-distance routes.”

The company says it has already made a deal with multiple municipal councils to erect infrastructure in car parks within Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Subang Jaya, and Petaling Jaya, starting next year.

At the same time, it plans to have the same chargers available in East Malaysia and more specifically, in Miri within the state of Sarawak, before making plans for other cities in the state.