How long does it take to charge an Electric Vehicle (EV)?
AC Charging Station: 4 to 8 hours
DC Fast Charger: 30 mins to 1 hour
How much does it cost to charge an EV in Singapore?
The average cost of charging is approximately 50 Singapore Cents per kWh.
Assuming the Electric Vehicle has a 50 kWh battery capacity.
Charging your EV from 10% to 100%, it would amount to a total of 45kWh x $0.50 = $22.50.
How do I know if the charger is compatible with my EV?
There are two types of common charging connectors, Type 1 & Type 2.
Type 2 connector is commonly used in AC charging whereas the CCS2 connector is commonly used for DC charging.
*** Note: Some older Japanese EVs such such as Nissan Leaf utilize the CHAdeMO connector.
Are outdoor EV chargers safe to use during rain and in lightning and adverse weather conditions?
The short answer is 'Yes". However, for your own safety, do not operate, commence or disconnect charging terminals during adverse weather conditions.