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Electric Vehicles Are The Future
Global EVs are predicted to make up two thirds of all road vehicles by 2050, per Bloomberg. Figures from the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) show the number of EV registrations have risen in first half of 2021. This is aligned with the global transition trend.
Singapore is aiming to phase out Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles and have all vehicles run on cleaner energy by 2040. More government initiatives have rolled out to increase EV adoption. LTA launched the Electric Vehicle Common Charger Grant (ECCG) to encourage the installation of shared Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in non-landed private residences (NLPRs), such as condominiums and private apartments.
EV charging stations are becoming the essential infrastructure required in building facilities. How ready are your facilities to adopt this new future?
Singapore EV Roadmap
Cease new diesel car & taxi regulations.
Progressively make all of town EV Ready. 60,000 EV charging points across Singapore.
Phase out Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles. All vehicles run on cleaner energy.
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We offer EVC installation services by Licensed Electrical Worker (LEW) to ensure the charging infrastructure is aligned with Singapore rules and regulations.
Support doesn’t end at installation. We provide after-sales maintenance services to help your EVC system run in a well-ordered fashion.
We provide the complete suite of Electric Vehicle Charging (EVC) infrastructure which includes charging management systems and secured payment gateway solution.
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What are the Incentives of getting Electric Vehicles?
In encouraging the adoption of EVs, the government has launched the EV Early Adoption Incentive from the period of 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2023.
Owners who register fully electric cars will receive a rebate of 45% off the Additional Registration Fees (ARF), with a cap at $20,000. This scheme will apply to both individual and fleet vehicle owners, such as taxi and car rental companies.
Additional Registration Fee (ARF) for electric cars will be lowered from $5,000 to zero from January 2022 to December 2023.
What are the different types of Electric Vehicles?
- Hybrid – a combination of a combustion and electric engine which does not allow for charging of the battery using EV charges.
- PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) – this is a hybrid of a combustion and electric engine which can also have its battery charged from a power socket. Most PHEV vehicles can only be charged using AC current electricity. There are however vehicles (e.g. Mitsubishi Outlander), which can be charged using electricity with either an AC or DC current.
- BEV / BOEV (Battery Electric Vehicle / Battery Only Electric Vehicle) – vehicles only with an electric drive. All BEV vehicles can be charged from a power socket with an AC or DC current.
What types of connectors and sockets in chargers and electric vehicles are there?
In the case of AC chargers: Type 2.
In the case of DC chargers: CCS – Combo T2.or CHAdeMO as alternative.
What kind of electrical connection is required to supply a charging station?
The power of the connection depends on the power of the charger. In the case of an AC charging station, it is between 7kW and 22kW.
Why do I need a charger at home since my vehicle has an onboard charger?
Dedicated home chargers also have the advantage over public charging points in that they are always and only at your disposal. There is no risk that arriving at a charging station, you will find that the terminal available is broken or is currently being serviced.
A private home charger is also entirely adjusted to your vehicle. There is no risk of non-conformity of standards between sockets in the terminal and your vehicle.