How long would it take to charge my car in an EVe-empowered lot?
Typically charging a car to full charge will take about 5 to 6 hours.
How often do I need to charge my electric vehicle?
This depends on how much you use it, and how far you drive every day. For a typical driver who drives 50km each day, you will need to charge to full charge about once every 5 days.
Should I charge my electric vehicle every night, like my phone?
No, you should charge only when needed. Minimising the number of charges will help prolong your battery life.
Are your chargers accessible?
Yes, EVe is deploying the largest public electric vehicle charging network in Singapore. We will empower at least 700 HDB carparks by the end of 2023. By 2025, all 2,000 HDB carparks will be empowered. By 2030, there will be 60,000 electric vehicle charging points installed islandwide.
How safe are your chargers?
All our charging stations comply with the national electric vehicle charging standard TR25 – developed in partnership with industry and academic stakeholders. Which means proper installation of electric vehicle charging facilities and periodic safety inspections, just like the lifts in your block. So you can sleep soundly at night knowing our EVe lots are as safe as we can possibly make them.
Why should we move our vehicle away once our charging session is over?
Just like with any shared public resource that we use (e.g. tables at hawker centres), we need to consider the next user. We don’t want someone to hog the lot when they’re not charging and inconvenience us when we need to charge, so we shouldn’t do it ourselves. But of course, we do not expect you to wake up at 3am to shift your electric vehicle when charging is complete. So with overnight charging, you can sleep soundly and move your electric vehicle the next morning.
Why do we need to share? Why can’t we get one dedicated electric vehicle lot per driver?
That’s because unless you drive super-long distances everyday, you won’t need to charge your car every night. And as electric vehicle and battery technology advances, you may need to charge even less. Due to the lack of electrical capacity, some carparks may have to undergo electrical infrastructure upgrade before we can install and deploy electric vehicle charging points. So it’s a lot (pun intended) more practical and cost-efficient in land-scarce Singapore to share, rather than carve out more space and resources for parking, which would drive up our cost of living.
Who are the partners you work with, and why?
We work with the authorities like the Land Transport Authority (LTA), the Housing & Development Board (HDB), as well as Charging Point Operators (CPOs). This ensures we are constantly on top of the latest regulations, as well as industry trends and standards.
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