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Cross-border networks charge EVs across Thai-Singapore-Malaysia corridor

City Energy and Shell poised to cash in on anticipated market growth

City Energy users will have access to about 70 charging stations in Malaysia by the end of this year. (Photo courtesy of City Energy)

SINGAPORE -- Energy companies at home and abroad are setting up networks of electric vehicle charging stations that span Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, anticipating rapid market expansion on the back of economic growth.

City Energy, a gas supplier under Singapore's state-backed conglomerate Keppel Corp., entered the EV charging market through a collaboration with Malaysia's EV Connection.

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