Easy Charging

for EV Drivers

Quick and convenient, Volt gives EV drivers peace of mind with every ride.

Why Volt

At Volt, we offer a seamless, fuss-free charging experience direct from your smartphone. Locate the nearest charging points, check your charging status, make payments and review transaction history – all with just a few taps on your smart device. Watch out for the upcoming Volt app and sign up for an account via the app to get started!

Affordable

Our competitive pricing allows you to charge your EV with no worries.

Reliable

Enjoy fuss-free charging whenever you need it.

Accessible

Simply find a charging point on our Volt app and start charging!

Coming soon

Enjoy convenience at your fingertips

Find charging points, monitor usage and make payments easily with the Volt app.

Power up the Volt way

Charge your EV in

just 7 easy steps through

your smartphone.

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Plug the charging gun into your EV

Depending on the type of charger, you may be required to press an “unlock” button on the charger to release the charging gun.

Activate the charger

Use the Volt app to scan the QR code on the charger, or key in the ID number indicated on the charger to activate it.

Start charging

From the app’s charging menu, select “start charging”.

Monitor your usage

On the app, monitor how much energy (kWh) has been supplied to your EV, the cost ($) of charging and the duration of the charge.

End charging

Select “end charging” when you wish to end the charging process. When your EV is fully charged, charging will end automatically and you will be notified via the app.

Make payment

After charging has ended, you will be presented with your order details on the app. Click “proceed to payment” to pay via your linked debit or credit card.

Unplug and go!

Unplug the charging gun from your EV, return the charging gun to the charger and exit the lot so that other EV users may use the charging point.

Frequently asked questions

How do I sign up for a Volt account?

You can do so on the Volt app. Coming soon to the Apple App Store and Google Play.

How long does it take to charge my car?

There are generally 5 main factors that can affect an EV’s charging duration:

  1. EV battery capacity: EVs with larger battery capacity (measured in kWh), will require a longer charging time compared to EVs with smaller battery capacities.
  2. State of charge: If you are charging your EV from a lower state of charge, say 20%, it will take longer to reach a full charge than if you are topping up from 50%.
  3. EV charger rating: The charging duration is affected by the output power of the charger you are using. For example, your EV will charge faster when using a 22kW charger compared to a 7kW charger.
  4. Maximum charging rate of the EV: You can only charge an EV’s battery at the maximum charge rate that the vehicle’s on-board charger can accept. For example, while it is perfectly safe to use a 22kW EV charger on an EV with a maximum charge rate of 7kW, the EV won’t be able to charge any faster than if it were connected to a 7kW EV charger.
  5. Environmental factors: A lower ambient temperature may increase the charging duration, particularly when using a rapid charger. Fortunately for us in tropical Singapore, this is unlikely to affect us.

How much does it cost to charge my car?

Our fees are charged on a pay-per-use model, based on an SGD per kilowatt-hour (SGD/kWh) rate. The kWh unit measures the amount of electrical energy supplied to charge your EV and is derived from electrical power (kW) multiplied by the amount of time (hours) the power is supplied.

Our charging rate varies for different chargers and locations. Please refer to the Volt app for a comprehensive list of charging rates.