EV Common Charger Grant (ECCG)
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) had launched the Electric Vehicle Common Charger Grant (ECCG) to encourage the installation of shared Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in non-landed private residences (NLPRs). Owners of NLPR whose MCSTs are applying for the ECCG to defray the cost of installing chargers at their condominium carparks are welcome to request for more information by email to: email@example.com
Applications for EV Common Charger Grant will close in Dec 2025 or when 2,000 chargers have ben approved for funding, whichever is earlier for over 2,600 NLPRs in Singapore, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Quick, register your interest with us to facilitate your application
before the available funding is used up!
CALLING ALL CONDO OWNERS.
Interested in installing an EV Charger in your premises?
Register your interest with us and receive FREE CHARGING CREDITS with successful QuickCharge EV charger installations.
What does the EV Charger Grant cover?
Capped at $4000 per charger
Capped at $1,000
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Applications open on 29 July 2021 and are assessed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Request for a FREE SITE EVALUATION and consultation of your condominium/private apartment for optimum EV charger location and reliable charging infrastructure.
Why QuickCharge EV Charges?
QuickCharge is well-equipped with an extensive product range and installation capabilities to cater to the requirements of all types of residential premises and commercial buildings in the domain of shared facilities, for EV charging to be accessible to all.
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EV Charger Grant FAQs
The ECCG may co-fund the installation of smart chargers for up to 1% of residential carpark lots (includes visitor and handicapped lots, excluding loading bay), rounded-up to the nearest whole number. E.g. If there are 70 carpark lots in an NLPR, 1% of 70 = 0.7, rounded-up to the nearest whole number to 1. This means that 1 charger will be eligible for co-funding.
Yes you can! However, LTA would prioritise applications of NLPRs with no existing EV chargers.
Yes, mixed-use developments can apply for the grant provided that the following criteria are met:
- benefits more than 1 household;
- exclusively for residential
- EV chargers installed in a location that is owned and part of the
development (e.g. not on state land).
Application for ECCG is done through the Business Grants Portal (BGP). We will assist you at every step of the grant application.
Click here to apply for the grant.
Upon request, the applicant must provide LTA with the energy consumption and charger utilisation information of the co-funded chargers, for a period of three years. Necessary information can be extracted through the QuickCharge mobile application for you to stay compliant.
- Chargers that have been installed before 19 July 2021.
- Carparks in mixed-used developments that are not exclusive to residents.
- Installation of EV Chargers above 1% of the number of residential carpark lots.
- Items that are not directly required for the installation or operations of a charger are not eligible for claims. These include (but are not limited to): signages, repainting of carpark lots, electrical infrastructure upgrades, civil infrastructure, grid connection fee charged by SP PowerGrid SPPG) from higher load intake etc.
More information on EV Charger Grant can be found on LTA Website