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Shawn Huang on Electric Vehicles Charging Bill

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Will there be a cap on the number of licences issued to electric vehicle (EV) charging operators, will there be a minimum baseline load before a licence is required and how long will a licence be valid? Given the nascent EV charging technology, how will the authorities establish and review certification and testing standards? Will there be a distinction between EV chargers for private and public use, and could private owners provide charging services on an ad-hoc basis? These were some questions raised by MP Shawn Huang in Parliament on Wednesday (Nov 30) during the debate on a Bill to regulate EV charging infrastructure in Singapore.

Will there be a cap on the number of licences issued to electric vehicle (EV) charging operators, will there be a minimum baseline load before a licence is required and how long will a licence be valid? Given the nascent EV charging technology, how will the authorities establish and review certification and testing standards? Will there be a distinction between EV chargers for private and public use, and could private owners provide charging services on an ad-hoc basis? These were some questions raised by MP Shawn Huang in Parliament on Wednesday (Nov 30) during the debate on a Bill to regulate EV charging infrastructure in Singapore.

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