The ChargeNow alliance comprising of BMW Group Thailand Ltd and JLT Green (Thailand) Co Ltd has joned hands with Mercure Ibis Bangkok operator The Erawan Group PCL to expand its charging network for EVs (Electric Vehicles) and PHEVs (Plugin Hybrid Vehicles) of all brands.

According to an announcement from BMW Group Thailand, the ChargeNow project is moving ahead in adding new stations in the country, as well as promoting the use of EVs and PHEVs in Thailand to help lower pollution levels.


BMW said it is determined in preparing Thailand’s utility system for the coming age of EVs in order to serve the increasing number of EVs and PHEVs in the country. The ChargeNow project was initiated in 2017 and is not limited to BMW customers, but to owners of all brands of vehicles.

ChargeNow stations are located at leading shopping centers and hotels around Bangkok and major provinces, offering both Type I (SAE J1772) and Type II (IEC 62196) chargers. There are presently 123 chargers at ChargeNow and BMW dealership facilities in Thailand.

Customers can register through ChargeNow’s official LINE account @chargenowthailand to receive charging privileges.