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EV-Electric Charging Pte Ltd (EVe) Appoints Panel of Eight EV Charging Point Operators to Further Public Charging Deployment over the Next Two Years


6 December 2023, Singapore — The Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) subsidiary EV-Electric Charging Pte Ltd (EVe) has appointed a panel of eight EV Charging Point Operators (CPOs) to further the next phase of public EV Charging Points (EVCPs) deployment over the next 2-years.

This follows LTA’s large-scale tender of EVCPs announced in 2022 that covered nearly 2,000 HDB carparks, where up to 12,000 EVCPs will be deployed by 2025.

As at 1 December 2023, EVe has commissioned about 1,800 EVCPs at 560 public car parks. An additional 800 EVCPs at 220 public car parks are in various stages of deployment. The EVCPs ready for use can be found on EVe’s website,

Panel of Eight CPOs

Following an open tender by EVe in July 2023, the CPOs appointed are:


Name of CPO


Charge+ Pte Ltd


ComfortDelGro Engie Pte Ltd


Shell Singapore Pte Ltd


SP Mobility Pte Ltd


ST Engineering Urban Solutions Ltd


Strides YTL Pte Ltd


TotalEnergies Marketing Asia-Pacific Middle East Pte Ltd


Volt Singapore Pte Ltd

The CPOs are appointed based on a series of Quality related criteria, including financial health, project management, EVCP operational expertise, and capabilities in optimising the customer’s experience. This is a pre-qualification process to identify suitable CPOs that meet EVe’s stringent quality standards.

Faster EVCP Deployment with Appointment of Panel

Over the next two years, EVe will aggregate various tender packages of publicly accessible carparks for the pre-qualified Panel to submit their Price bids. In this way, EVe can speed up charger deployment as the tender process is simplified. The Quality scores have already been pre-determined, which will allow for faster evaluation and award once the Price bids are received.  

CEO of EVe, Derek Tan: “EVe just turned one year old on 2 December 2023. We are glad to have seen good progress in just one year. With the appointment of this new Panel, EVe can further expand the public charger network over the next 2-years. This will give motorists greater assurance that they will have access to a large network of reliable public chargers. We welcome back our existing CPOs, and look forward to working with our new partners to enable an EV-ready Singapore.”