GO TO-U Inc. and HESS CASH SYSTEM GMBH (Thailand) launch forces to develop a robust EV charging infrastructure. Over 30 locations are already equipped with EV charging stations and available for EV drivers in the major cities. Charging stations can be fount in the best known hotels, restaurants, cafes (HORECA) places in Bangkok, Pattaya, Nakhon Ratchasima.

HESS CASH SYSTEM GMBH is specialised in providing the EV charging equipment to the customers, including installation and maintenance services. The charging stations are then connected to the GO TO-U platform for efficient management and operations. 

On one hand, thanks to GO TO-U Mobile application, EV drivers can search for charging stations, check their availability, and reserve charging time in advance. It helps to avoid range anxiety and brings EV charging experience to the new level. On the other hand, HCS use hassle-free Back-Office to manage and control charging sessions, so their customers can focus on activities that generate the most value for their businesses. 

 “I am very excited to work with GO TO-U. My customers absolutely enjoy the unique reservation functionality. Not only GO TO-U solution help to drive better utilization of the charging equipment, the platform helps to promote and sell directly to the EV drivers customers’ products and services, attracting drivers in innovative and cost-effective way”, said Jane Ditpakdee, the CEO of HCS.

“We are very proud to work with Jane Ditpakdee and HCS team, helping to deliver the best EV charging experience in Thailand. With HCS we connect not simply plugs, we connect destinations for EV drivers. Whether it is restaurant, shopping mall, hotel you name it. We make sure that drivers enjoy charging and spending their time there”, said Nazar Shymone-Davyda, CEO of GO TO-U.

Thailand promotes a broader adoption of sustainable mobility with a bold goal of making EVs a 30% of a total auto output by 2030. Earlier this year, the country issued an incentive package for the EV industry, which includes new tax cuts and subsidies. 

Together with our partners, GO TO-U will continue working on developing a robust infrastructure in Thailand. Stay tuned for updates! 





May 18, 2022
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