Gogoro to Launch Battery Swapping Pilot in Singapore

Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has authorised Gogoro to conduct a sandbox pilot to trial its battery swapping services for electric two-wheelers.

Gogoro is launching the pilot in partnership with Jardine Cycle & Carriage who will distribute Gogoro’s electric scooters in Singapore and install the battery swapping infrastructure in the city-state.

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Electric scooter riders in Singapore will be able to use Gogoro’s smart battery swapping stations
Horace Luke, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Gogoro said;

“Cities are in desperate need of sustainable transportation solutions, not just for consumers, but for businesses. Gogoro battery swapping provides a sustainable path for urban fleets that is safe, reliable, scalable and always available.”

The battery swapping sandbox pilot will include Gogoro Smartscooters, Gogoro GoStation battery swap stations and Gogoro smart batteries.

The use of swappable rechargeable batteries supports Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 and the nation’s ongoing transition to using non-fossil fuels.

Horace Luke added:

“Gogoro is honoured to be given approval by the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) to operate a sandbox to validate Gogoro battery swapping as a smart mobility refuelling solution for the future, and we applaud the Singapore Green Plan 2030 and its proactive commitment to sustainable energy and transportation.”

The Gogoro Network is currently compatible with 10 different vehicle brands and is already serving over 500,000 riders across Asia.

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