Siemens eMobility Partner Program
Our partner network spreads across Asia Pacific and together we’re committed to bringing reliable charging solutions optimally tailored to your challenges.
Energize my eMobility worldCreating a more sustainable future together means meeting the needs of our customers, meeting your needs. How? By offering state-of-the-art solutions that go beyond the initial charging station. Our vision incorporates your complete system, your eMobility world.
Creating a sustainable future for allWe are on the cusp of revolution in the mobility of people and goods. Here at Siemens, we’re at the forefront of this revolution. Together, we can improve and increase drive technology and charging solutions for a sustainable future in eMobility.
Smart solutions for a sustainable charging infrastructure
Our commitment to making a vital, functional contribution to eMobility runs deep – from the migration to electric vehicles to enabling a secure and reliable charging infrastructure. Our portfolio offers cohesive solutions to current and future transport needs.
Selecting the right infrastructure
Take your bus transport services into the future with Siemens eMobility solutions.
Our wide range of utility chargers can cater to the charging needs of a variety of eBus service routes. They are compatible with all eBus models that follow the international standards.
Focusing on charging efficiency, equipment reliability, and smart scheduling of charging sessions goes a long way in reducing your transport service’s carbon emissions and total life cycle costs.
Charging infrastructure development and grid integration
The increasing number of electric vehicles poses new challenges on distribution grid operators as well as fleets, gas station and other charging infrastructure operators.
With our power system consulting offering we support in determining the effects on the power grid and recommend suitable measures.
In addition, we provide business advisory for the planning, implementation and operation of eMobility charging infrastructures.