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Electric-car sharing programme officially rolls out with 80 cars

Users pay 50 cents a minute, or 33 cents with S$15 monthly fee; plan is for 1,000 such cars on roads and 2,000 charging points by 2020;

Managing director of BlueSG Franck Vitte and Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan at the launch of the electric-car sharing programme on Tuesday. The charging infrastructure and green cars are being supplied by BlueSG, a subsidiary of French conglomerate Bollore Group.


SINGAPORE'S first large-scale electric-car sharing programme officially rolled out on Tuesday, with 80 hatchbacks and 32 charging stations offering some 120 charging points available for public use.

It is the first step of a plan to put 1,...