Basic Energy Corp. said Friday it launched an electric vehicle charging station at the EcoOil Station along EDSA Southbound.
BEC said wholly-owned subsidiary Basic Energy Renewables Corp. teamed up with Ecology Energy Corp., owner of the EcoOil fuel stations for the “Basic Recharge Station.”
The EV charging station will service EV motorists who now own or are considering to acquire EVs “to benefit from the growing shift to a transport landscape that is both environmentally impactful and economical.”
BEC, in partnership with several oil companies that operate a network of service stations across the archipelago, committed to expanding the reach of “Basic Recharge Station.”
The EV station offers rapid and fast EV chargers, a 60-kW charger with CCS2 connectors and a 20-kW GBT charger to answer the varying standards of EV charging systems for most makes and models being introduced to the Philippines.