charging standard for electric vehicles (EVs) was adopted on 30 June 2016 for
all new public EV charging infrastructure. LTA and EDB, which co-chairs the
Electro-Mobility Singapore (EMS) taskforce, announced that Type 2 AC and Combo-2 DC charging systems would be adopted.
To ensure safe use of the
public charging infrastructure, a pure electric vehicle (BEV) or plug-in hybrid
vehicle (PHEV) has to be equipped with:
- A matching Type 2 vehicle inlet (or AC charging
- A Combo-2 vehicle inlet (for AC and DC
Below are the typical
connectors and inlets.
Note: A vehicle connector is affixed at the end of the charging cable. This will connect to the vehicle inlet installed on the EV to enable charging.
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