“Charge Full of Love” this Tet season with Re:Charge – a free power supply service for small businesses from the Dat Bikers community
A group of Dat Bikers and Happiness Saigon have come up with the idea of Re:Charge – turning the batteries on Dat Bikes into “mobile power generators,” bringing electricity to small businesses in case of power loss during this Tet season.
Electricity is a vital aspect of life. However, power outages still occur, even in major cities, especially during the pre-Tet and Tet period when demand is high, leading to potential overload. For small businesses, power outages not only cause inconvenience but also result in loss of customers, causing significant harm to their operations.
In the event of a power outage, small businesses such as tattoo parlors, rice plate shops, grocery stores, etc., in Ho Chi Minh City can contact Re:Charge on Zalo: 0905291413. A Dat Biker will quickly arrive at the location with a Dat Bike’s charger and provide power, with each small business receiving support for a charging session lasting one to three hours. This way, small businesses can resume their operations after a short period.
Applying superior technology in bike design, Dat Bike electric motorcycles can fully support power generation activities. The Weaver++ model features a powerful engine that allows the bike to travel up to 200km on a single charge. Large power capacity and short charging times make this bike suitable for transforming into a “mobile power generator.”
With a specialized device, a 1,000W or 2,000W power inverter, the energy from the Dat Bike’s battery can be converted into 220V electricity, suitable for powering electrical devices in small businesses. The Dat Bike battery holds up to 5kg of electricity, meaning it can provide continuous power for up to 4 hours with a 1,000W power inverter and 2 hours with a 2,000W power inverter.
This idea stems from the generosity among the Vietnamese people towards each other, at a time that could not be more fitting – the Tet holiday. Dat Bikers understand that this is a challenging period for many households, including small businesses, who bear not only the pressures of survival but also hope for a prosperous Tet. For them, power outages not only bring inconvenience but also result in the loss of customers. This is the reason why the Re:Charge initiative is implemented and needs to be spread further within the community.
Recently, Re:Charge has supported several small businesses, including a com tam eatery, a tattoo parlor, and even a grocery store. The service will continue to operate throughout Tet, with Dat Bikers joining hands to bring warmth and sharing to many during the Tet season. Through Dat Bike’s advanced technology, Re:Charge has created significant value for the community and inspired the spread of positive actions.