GetGo, CDG ENGIE & HMGICS unite to bolster shared mobility in Singapore

GetGo, a Singapore based leading Point A to A carsharing platform, has reportedly declared signing two different MoUs (Memorandum of Understandings) with CDG ENGIE and HMGICS respectively, celebrating the firm’s next big step towards realizing its vision of a shared and sustainable mobility ecosystem in Singapore.

As per reports, the MoU signing event was observed by Member of Parliament for Jurong GRC and Advisor to Jurong Spring Grassroots Organizations, Shawn Huang Wei Zhong, and witnessed the debut of the universally acclaimed IONIQ 5. IONIQ 5 is Hyundai Motor Group’s ultra-modern electric vehicle (EV).

GetGo stated that in the long run, the two partnerships are crucial components of its long-term strategy to bring down Singapore’s environmental footprint and surge the availability of shared electric cars. This is in addition to the firm’s aim of deploying a completely hybrid and electric carsharing fleet of 10,000 automobiles by 2030 in Singapore.

According to sources, the transition comes as Singapore is moving towards revamping into more sustainable and greener city by 2030. Moreover, residents are also on board to let go the commitment of owning personal vehicle as carsharing has become more convenient and economical in the previous years.

Toh Ting Feng, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, GetGo mentioned that they are excited to team up with two automotive conglomerates in CDG ENGIE and Hyundai. Feng added that by using their modern charging and EVs technology, the company will champion a sustainable and shared mobility future in Singapore.

Toh Ting Feng stated that carsharing is already a sustainable substitute to vehicle ownership in terms of environmental impact and cost. By incorporating state-of-the-art Electronic Vehicles into the mix, their mission is to overall reduce the effects of mobility on the environment.

He added that the team is thankful to the Jurong Spring for backing them in setting up this journey as they work alongside to double the town’s efforts towards sustainability as part of the wider Singapore Green Plan 2030.

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