Unioil's first electric vehicle charging station now open

Unioil’s first electric vehicle charging station now open

Unioil, one of the country’s known provider of car gasoline, has officially unveiled their first electric vehicle (EV) charging station along with the opening of their new Solar Hybrid service station at Congressional Avenue Extension, Quezon City.


During the said opening Unioil also showcased two EV’s, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV fully-electric vehicle and the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV). The opening of their new station is part of their “Doing Our Part” campaign, which they launched last month. The campaign encourages Filipino’s to make a difference by doing small, everyday actions and responsible decision making by choosing a cleaner fuel option.

To keep the promise of “doing their part” and to reduce their carbon footprint, the newly opened Hybrid station is partially powered by solar energy. The station is equipped with Smartflower technology which is said to be 40% more efficient than conventional solar panels. Each Smartflower panel supposedly reduces the carbon footprint of Unioil’s service station by 4.7 metric tons annually. If you wish to know more about Unioil’s campaign head on over to their website here.

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6 Responses

  1. cy says:

    But lto have no registration rukes of ev. Maybe they right. Sec of lto is to slow

    • Archie says:

      Kelangan ng palo galing kay duterte.Baka kasi sinasadya ng lto at erb na bagalan ang policies e years old na ang e-cars sa amerika. Alam mo na baka may matamaang family company, bagsak pa naman mga negosyo nila ngayon.

    • cyril says:

      wala sa ayos mga usok sa aitin sana magawa na

  2. Jude says:

    Matagal na akong naghihintay na magkaroon na tayo dito sa atin ng mga EV. Mahal pa siguro ang mga EV kaya wala pa sa atin.? OPEC ang kalaban ng mga EV’s, i think.

  3. Archie says:

    Yung tesla car ni MVP nabulok na sa compound niya dahil walang malinaw na regulations for e-cars. Sana gawin din ng duterte admin na madali at hindi discouraging ang pagreregister ng home solar panels at electric cars. Obvious naman na kakampi pa rin ang ERB ng meralco at oil companies.

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