Charging in Public or at Home

No matter where you are, at home or handling business around the city, you can charge your EV at convenient locations.

Charge in Public

Charge in Private Locations

Charge in Public

To support the green commuting policy of Macau SAR Government, our EV charging network continues to grow across Macau. By analyzing the usage patterns, the distribution of our charging systems will continue to be optimized in the future.

Ways to Access CEM eService
To start charging, log into your CEM eService account via one of the channels below. You will be able to command the entire charging process on your mobile phone easily.

Create Your Account
A CEM eService account is required for using the public EV chargers. Registration is easy. All we need is your mobile phone number. Follow the simple steps below if you are not already registered.
Create EV Contract
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Public Charging Tariff
Public Charging Tariff is applicable to the charging facilities set up by CEM in public parking lots and public parking spaces. Based on the rated output power of the charging facilities, Public Charging Tariff can be charged according to "time-of-use" and "charging duration".

Slow Charge:  Charge based on "time-of-use
Medium/Quick Charge: Charge based on charging duration

The charge under the Public Charging Tariff includes the following items:

Subscribed Demand  (in unit of kVA)
The rated maximum output power of the charging facilities selected by user.

Consumption (in unit of kWh)
Total units of electricity consumed during the charging period.

Tariff Clause Adjustment
Adjustment in tariff to reflect fluctuation in energy production cost that is fixed quarterly.

Prices **

Rated Output Power

Tariff Periods


Subscribed Demand


Slow Charge
(Up to 7.4kW)

Low-load hours
(10 hours)

23:00 - 09:00



Full-load hours
(14 hours)

09:00 - 23:00



Medium Charge
(Above 7.4 kW to 25 kW)

First period

Within the first 60 minutes



Subsequent period




Quick Charge
(Above 25 kW)

First period

Within the first 30 minutes



Subsequent period




** Executive Decree n.º105/2022 of June 27

Calculation method:
Charging fee = Demand + Energy charged (kWh) x (Consumption + TCA)


Generally, the battery capacity of electric vehicles (EVs) on the market is about 80 kWh. If it is charged from a remaining power level of 20% to 80%, 48 kWh is required to be charged. The following are the costs at different charging speeds and time periods. No matter which one is selected, it is cheaper than fuel.

Charging Speed

Charging period

Time required

Charging fee


Low-load hours

Approx.7 hours

48 kWh x ($1.420+$0.400) = $87.36

Full-load hours

48 kWh x ($2.150+$0.400) = $122.40

Medium Charge

First 60 minutes: 14.5 kWh
Afterwards: 33.5 kWh

Approx. 2.5 hours

First 60 minutes: 14.5 kWh x ($3.430+$0.400) = $55.54
Afterwards: 33.5 kWh x ($3.940+$0.400) = $145.39
Total: $200.93

Quick Charge

First 30 minutes:  14.7 kWh
Afterwards: 33.3 kWh

Approx. 1.5 hours

First 30 minutes: 14.7 kWh x ($3.830+$0.400) = $62.18
Afterwards: 3.3 kWh x ($4.400+$0.400) = $159.84
Total: $222.02

- Based on the oil price in June 2022, which is MOP 13.32/liter (including discounts).
- TCA in Q3 of 2022 is MOP 0.400.
- The energy charged for the first period of quick and medium speed is 30%, while 70% for the subsequent period.
- Slow charge is calculated at complete full-load hours and low-load hours, while private charging is calculated by charging 10 times a month (once every 3 days), with 20 kWh per charge.
- Considering the differences in model, battery status, charging rate and charging mode of EVs, the calculation results are for reference only. The actual cost is subject to the actual charging conditions.

Charge in Private Locations

Private Charging Facilities

CEM further streamlines the relevant procedures for installing charging facilities in private parking spaces, making the application easier.