BMW Malaysia has recently revealed the pricing structure for BMW i Charging facilities throughout the country. Located at 13 BMW dealers, they come in the form of CCS2-based DC fast chargers with a power output that ranges from 30kW up to 90kW depending on specific locations.
In order to implement the Pay-Per-Use modal, these chargers have been integrated into the chargEV network. This does not come as a surprise as BMW Malaysia has been partnering with the Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Corporation (MGTC), the operator of chargEV infrastructure since 2015.
With this announcement, owners of BMW plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicles that have an active chargEV subscription can now enjoy discounted rates for DC fast chargers at these BMW i Charging locations:
Wheelcorp Premium Setia Alam: 2 x 90kW – RM1.40 (BMW ChargeNow members) / RM1.80 (Other chargEV members) per minute.
Millennium Welt KL North: 2 x 75kW – RM1.20 / RM1.50
Regas Premium Sabah: 2 x 60kW – RM 1.00 / 1.40
Regas Premium Auto Kuching: 2 x 60kW – Free for both BMW ChargeNow and other chargEV members.
Ingress Auto Damansara: 2 x 45kW – RM0.70 / RM0.90
Quill Automobiles Petaling Jaya: 2 x 30kW – RM0.40 / RM0.60
Seong Hoe Premium Motors Melaka: 1 x 30kW – RM0.40 / RM0.60
BMW Lee Motors Alor Setar: 1 x 30W – RM0.40 / RM0.60
Priced at RM240 per year, the subscription service also provides unlimited access to chargeEV’s AC chargers all over Malaysia without any additional fees. To locate, activate, and pay for these DC chargers, one can do so directly via the chargEV mobile app.
Meanwhile, the Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia, Hans de Visser has said that Malaysians can expect to see more BMW i Charging facilities to be set up in key areas in the near future. Aside from chargEV, the company has also partnered with other key EV charging providers such JomCharge and Tenaga Nasional.