Solarius EV Charging, a sister company of Solarius Energy, recently announced the launch of a network of public electric vehicle (EV) charging locations. Solarius specializes in providing EV drivers with a convenient and cost-effective charging experience as well as financially viable business models for location partners.
The energy company aims to have 60 locations by the end of Q1 2023, 180 locations by the end of 2023, and more than 500 locations by 2025. Charging sessions are activated by simply scanning the QR code at each station. The Solarius app will soon be available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play for seamless payment and connectivity. EV drivers are presented with the charging costs before initiating the charging session, which can be paid via credit card, Apple Pay, and Google Pay as well as prepaid plans funded by GCash, PayMaya, Western Union, etc.
“Solarius EV Charging’s mission is to eliminate range anxiety for EV drivers by building a world-class, nationwide network of ‘destination’ EV charging locations,” says Peter Wilson, CEO of Solarius Energy. “We’re delighted that Fairmont Raffles Hotel in Makati is our first location partner in Metro Manila. Accor Group is leading the hospitality sector to provide convenient EV charging facilities for its guests and shares Solarius’ vision of accelerating the shift to electric mobility in the Philippines.”
The energy company will provide free charging stations to qualified location partners and is looking for many more hotels and resorts nationwide to add EV charging facilities. EV drivers can enjoy comfortable stays at conveniently located resorts and hotels while charging their cars overnight.
Solarius also offers EV Charging solutions for condo and apartment property management companies to enable tenants to charge at home. They also offer solar-powered EV charging solutions for private residences and businesses.