In the race for adoption of clean energy, against the backdrop of climate change, we invite you on this journey towards a greener, low-carbon future.
Charge ahead on clean energy and enjoy cost-savings in the long run instead of running on empty with petrol and diesel. Key thrusts in the Government’s road map to encourage EV adoption in Singapore and reduce carbon emissions by promoting clean energy use, are through:
In view of the improvements in vehicular efficiency, LTA implemented downward revisions in road tax to own and use electric cars through incentives and rebates such as the EV Early Adoption Incentive (EEAI) and Vehicular Emissions Scheme (VES).
Administered by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), Technical Reference 25 (TR25) is the set of technical standards and safety precautions that governs the EV Charging System in Singapore.
All QuickCharge products are TR25 certified.
Target of 60,000 charging points by 2030.
Singapore is exploring the scope for fast chargers, and install them islandwide in places such as petrol stations, shopping malls, office buildings and industrial estates, where feasible, as well as upcoming HDB towns, commercial buildings and new private residences such as condominiums.
ICE vs EV
Cost comparison between an I.C.E. Vehicle (on diesel) and an EV.
|ICE Diesel EV||Pure EV|
|Fuel Capacity||80 Litre||97 kWh|
|Cost per Tank/Charge ($)||$157||$22|
|Cost per Km||$0.30||$0.10|
|Annual Fuel Cost (based on 60000km)||$18,000||$6,000|
|Annual Maintenance Cost (based on 60000km)||$3,600||$1,200|
|Savings per Year||0||$14,400|