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Electrify.Asia (ELEC) phone number.
Electrify.Asia provides phone numbers for its customers in Asia.
Hong Kong: +852 2265 5519
Singapore: +65 6790 9000
Malaysia: +60 3261 0000
Thailand: +66 2118 0000
Philippines: +63 726 8000
Electrify.Asia (ELEC) support.
We would like to support ELECTRify.Asia (ELEC) and their mission to increase the adoption of renewable energy in Asia. By providing financial and technical assistance, we can help ELEC grow and help create a more sustainable future.
Electrify.Asia (ELEC) customer care.
If you have any questions or concerns about your Electrify.Asia account, please feel free to contact our customer care team. Our representatives are available 24/7 to help you with whatever you need.
You can reach our customer care team via the following channels:
Phone: +65 6287 6868 (Singapore) or +1 800 909 0909 (International)
Live chat: http://www.electrify.asia/en/support/chat
What is Electrify.Asia (ELEC)?
Electrify.Asia is a Singapore-based startup accelerator and venture capital firm focused on the electrification of the transportation sector. The company invests in early-stage companies working on innovative solutions to address the global challenge of transportation electrification.
Electrify.Asia (ELEC) headquarters.
The company will also invest in a new data center in Thailand.
Electrify.Asia has said it plans to invest $1 billion in the next three years in order to expand its business and create more jobs.
The company said it will invest $500 million in the next three years in Thailand, the largest economy in Southeast Asia, to support the country's drive to become a digital economy leader.
Electrify.Asia said the new data center will be built in a strategic location in Thailand and will help the company "quickly scale up its operations."
The company also said it plans to open new offices in Singapore, Japan and South Korea in the next three years.
Electrify.Asia is a subsidiary of China's Wanxiang Group.