Leading EV charging networks in Singapore • EVreporter

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Leading EV charging networks in Singapore • EVreporter


This write-up lists the leading EV (electric vehicle) charging networks in Singapore. Stay tuned for the upcoming EVreporter report on the ‘Electric Vehicle Ecosystem in Singapore’. The report will be released in Oct 2022.

Bluecharge – Bluecharge by TotalEnergies has 1500 EV charging points – mainly catering to its BlueSG car sharing service, out of which 455 charge points have been made public nationwide. Of these, 90% are situated in Housing Development Board estates.

Bluecharge charge points supply an average of 3.7kW of electric power. They are compatible with vehicles with AC Type 2 sockets.

Shell Recharge – Shell Recharge is Shell’s Electric Vehicle charging service at Shell fuel stations (powered by Greenlots, a member of the Shell Group). Shell Recharge in Singapore can support both CCS (combined charging system) and Type 2 (43kW AC) connectors. Shell Recharge is available at 22 stations islandwide.

The average cost of charging in Singapore is approximately 50 Singapore Cents per kWh, according to supercharge.sg.

SP Mobility – 600 charging points at 140 charging locations across Singapore, including shopping malls, commercial buildings, business parks and industrial sites. Tie-ups with Porsche Asia Pacific, Hyundai Motor Group, Goldbell Group, Grab, Schneider Electric, Strides Mobility and Chevron to support the EV charging needs and expand the network.

Charge + – At the end of 2021, Charge+ become the first EV charging operator in Singapore to implement EV chargers in condos with LTA’s (Land Transport Authority) ECCG grant support. Electric Vehicle Common Charger Grant (ECCG) is a government program in Singapore to aid the installation of shared charging infrastructure in Non-landed private residences such as condominiums and private apartments. In September 2021, Charge+ led consortium also won the tender for the deployment of more than 150 EV charging points at 50 carparks. Charge+ is co-leading the consortium with Primech A&P and is also partnering with Sunseap and Oyika.

The company had a partner list of 60 condos (nearly 400 charging points) as of mid-2022. Charge+ also established 40 EV charging points at two delivery bases of SingPost (Singapore’s Postal Service), which aims to electrify its entire fleet by 2026.

ComfortDelGro Engie – Singapore’s leading land transport operator ComfortDelGro partnered with French energy giant ENGIE to bid for tenders in the EV charging field jointly. CDG-ENGIE won 479 of the 632 chargers slated for the pilot rollout. The chargers, comprising 192 x 22kW AC chargers, 279 x 7kW AC chargers and 8 x 50kW DC chargers expected to be installed in the Central, East and West regions of Singapore by the third quarter of 2022.

Tesla – As of Sep 2022, Tesla has 9 Supercharging stations in Singapore, each equipped with 3 superchargers and compatible with Tesla vehicles.

Go by City Energy (Go) – Go by City Energy (Singapore’s sole piped town gas provider) is one of the LTA Smart Charger Operators which will facilitate property developers to qualify for LTA’s ECCG grants. Go will also offer an operational service across Singapore and Malaysia with one mobile app through its partnership with EV Connection.

Also Read: Leading EV Charging Solution providers in India

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