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Plug Type

For the plug CHAdeMO, it is a DC plug and mainly designed for the Japanese electric vehicle.

For the plug CCS/Combo-2, it is a DC plug and mainly designed for the European electric vehicle.

For IEC 62196 Type-2, there are AC socket and AC plug.

1.  For an AC socket, all the electric vehicles can be charged with their own appropriate charging cable. For example for European vehicle with an IEC Type 2 – Type 2 charging cable, or a Japanese vehicle with an IEC Type 2 – Type 1 (SAE J1772) charging cable.

2.  For an AC plug, all the electric vehicles which have the appropriate socket can be charged with this plug.

Aside from buying & maintenance cost, also need to consider:

1. charging speed --> as it will affect your routine charging plan

2. battery size --> as it determines how far you can drive after 1 full charge

3. driving cost --> kWh per km

Use Appropriate Charger

Quick Chargers can provide 3 phases AC supply for Type 2 Plugs. Since IEC62196 Type-2 AC plug can be 1 phase or 3 phases, some EV equips with a 1 phase on-board AC-DC converter still can connect with the Quick Charger AC Plugs, however the consumed power will be limited by the EV itself through the BMS.


If using Quick Charger, please use the fastest charging plugs that your vehicle can handle, for example for European vehicle with a DC CCS2 combo, a Japanese vehicle with a DC CHAdeMO, and for some other which the vehicle equipped with 3 phases on-board AC-DC converter can use 3 phases Type 2 Plugs.

ECO Mode

ECO mode is better suited for city driving due to frequent stops and accelerations. Rapid acceleration will waste more energy hence shorten the driving range. Eco Mode will provide smooth acceleration and longer range.

B Mode

For better Energy Efficiency, B Mode can recover energy during braking ( deceleration, especially downhill ) in order to gain longer driving range. 

BMW iX xDrive50

Gross Battery Capacity:  105 kWh

Elec. consump. combined: 19.8 - 23.0 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 0% up to 80%):  110 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

BMW iX xDrive40

Gross Battery Capacity:  71 kWh

Elec. consump. combined: 19.4 - 22.5 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 0% up to 80%):  75 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

MINI Electric

Gross Battery Capacity:  32.6 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  15.2 - 17.6 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 0% up to 80%):  36 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

BMW i3

Battery Capacity:  120 Ah / 42.2kWh

Elec. power consump. combined:  15.3 - 16.3 kWh/100km

Charging Times (for 0 - 80% charge):  around 45 mins from fast charging station (50kW, DC)

 Above information provided by car dealership

Jaguar I-PACE

Gross Battery Capacity:  90 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  22 - 25.2 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 10% up to 80%):  110 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

Hyundai IONIQ 5 2WD

Gross Battery Capacity:  72.6 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  16.8 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 10% up to 80%):  57 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

 

Hyundai KONA Electric

Gross Battery Capacity:  39.2 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  143Wh/km

Charging Time (from 10% up to 80%):  48 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

 

Hyundai KONA Electric Long Range

Gross Battery Capacity:  64.0 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  147 Wh/km

Charging Time (from 10% up to 80%):  64 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

 

Hyundai IONIQ Electric

Gross Battery Capacity:  38.3 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  117 Wh/km

Charging Time (from 10% up to 80%):  57 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

Audi e-tron 55 quattro

Battery Capacity : 95 kWh

Consumption : 22.6 – 26.1 kWh/100 km (WLTP)

 Above information provided by car dealership

 

Porsche Taycan

Gross Battery Capacity:  93.4 kWh

Net Battery Capacity:  83.7 kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  26.0 - 26.9 kWh/100km

Charging Time (from 5% up to 80%):  93 mins  (50kw, DC) 

Above information provided by car dealership

 

Mercedes-Benz EQC 400

Battery Capacity:  80.0kWh

Elec. consump. combined:  22.2(kWh)/100km

Charging Times (for 10 - 100% charge):  around 2 hours from fast charging station (50kW, DC), around 11.00 h from domestic socket (7.4kW, AC)

Above information provided by car dealership

CEM adds 200 charging stations in two years and introduces national standard smart charging network management technology

Source:  Macao Daily News

Release Date: 4 November 2021 

(ONLY AVAILABLE IN CHINESES)

 

第九屆電力客戶諮詢委員會昨舉行例會,委員會主席黃國勝會後稱,目前本澳公共停車場充電位約二百個,澳電計劃二零二三年或之前倍增二百個充電位至總數不少於四百個。

電諮會昨日上午十一時假段澳門旅遊塔會展娛樂中心四樓禮堂舉行例會,黃國勝,副主席黃健中及張健中、顧問阮毓明,澳電執行委員會主席梁華權,首席顧問岳宗斌及一眾委員出席。會上由澳電輸配電站及供電高級經理黃昭婷介紹“電動車公共充電服務”、客戶服務部技術服務管理科高級經理周環宙介紹“低層舊廈公共電力裝置安全升級計劃”進展,各委員代表所屬社團向澳電提出不同意見及建議。

黃國勝會後稱,目前本澳公共停車場充電位約二百個,澳電計劃二零二三年或之前在公共停車場倍增二百個充電位至總數不少於四百個,並會根據充電位使用情況,逐步增加數量。同時提高公共停車場的覆蓋率,並會引人中國國家標準充電制式及智慧充電網絡管理技術,以完善電動車充電配套。

例會上也提及到,綜觀全球發展情況,普遍電動私家車車主都是在家及工作地點充電。公共充電設施多為輔助充電。考慮到現時絕大部分的私人停車場並無配備充電設施,澳電於一八年修訂供電技術規範,要求新建樓宇停車場須配備電動車充電基礎設施,如電線托架、電櫃等。未來主要安裝慢速充電設施,方便電動私家車車主利用在住宅及辦公地點附近停車場的泊車時段充電。

為優化電動車公共充電服務,澳電已於九月推出“微信電動車充電”,使用者只要關注澳電微信及綁定澳電網上服務賬戶,無需逐次登入便可輕鬆地進行電動車的充電程序。

EV charger must be built in parking lots of new buildings from next year

Source:  Exmoo News

Release Date: 13 October 2021 

(ONLY AVAILABLE IN CHINESES)

 

為構建綠色旅遊城市,需要從不同方面改善空氣質素。澳門空氣污染物的其中一部分是來自於車輛尾氣排放,因此,特區政府積極推動使用環保車輛,其中電動車尤其受到關注。現正公開諮詢的《澳門特區經濟和社會發展第二個五年規劃(2021至2025年)》建議,明年起新建的私人樓宇及商廈停車場的所有車位須預留電動車的慢充設施,政府並會把其列入樓宇建築標準內。第二個五年規劃還建議,明年起政府各部門換車時須購置電動車,新建的公共停車場須百分百配置電動車充電設施。 

特區政府第二個五年規劃提出,未來五年內淘汰全澳所有「歐四」環保標準的重型客運車輛;政府帶頭推動使用電動車,新建政府辦公大樓內須為所有停車位預留慢速充電供電容量和基礎設施。現有的政府辦公大樓如具備條件需加設充電位,現有的公共停車場、街道公共泊位也要適當預留安裝充電設備。明年起新建的私人樓宇及商廈停車場的所有車位須預留電動車的慢充設施。 

為推動使用電動車,特區政府除於2015年底制定了《電動車輛充電設施安全技術指引》,以確保充電設施安裝和使用安全外,亦已於澳門特區五年發展規劃(2016 至2020 年)中提出率先在2016至2019年在全澳合適的公共停車場設置200個輕型汽車充電位(現已由公共停車場拓展至公共道路泊車位),以釋除市民在外時需要充電的憂慮,提升市民使用電動車的意欲。另外,在新建公共房屋停車場亦會預留充電位。  

全澳私家車充電位200 個 電單車兩個

由澳電安裝及管理的公共電動車充電位,暫時維持免費充電。截至2021年9月30日,全澳共有電動車2,071輛,其中輕型汽車1,553輛,重型汽車234輛,重型摩托車233輛,輕型摩托車51輛。現時全澳共有200個輕型汽車充電位,兩個電單車充電位,覆蓋本澳53個由交通事務局管理的輕型汽車公共停車場的42個公共停車場及七處公共道路。另外,望善樓停車場、望賢樓停車場及南灣(栢湖)停車場的電單車泊車區今年6月起設有電動電單車品牌的電池換電櫃,支援自助置換電池,但不具備充電功能,主要為提升更換電池的便捷性。

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Four steps to apply private EV charger

Source:  Macao Daily News

Release Date: 23 September 2021 

(ONLY AVAILABLE IN CHINESES)

 

坊間一直指申請私人停車位電錶、更改電力計劃入則手續等繁瑣行政程序,成為推動居民購買電動車和安裝私人充電樁的最大阻力和限制。負責項目機構之一的澳電表示,根據政府指引,申請只需四步驟。 

全澳充電位二百個

現時各區電動車充電位有多少?充電位近年的變化以及未來會否增加?澳電表示,現時已於澳路氹合共四十二個公共停車場(覆蓋率近八成)及七條街道裝設了充電站,提供二百個不同充電速度的充電位。亦會按照特區政府及部門規劃,全力配合未來公共或私人電動車充電設施的發展。澳電一直積極協助客戶安裝私人充電設施,截至今年九月十七日,已收到一百二十三份私人電動車供電申請,當中一百○五個已完成安裝電錶。超過八成的申請是近兩年的。 

私人電動車供電申請手續如何?有否簡化?澳電表示,私人電動車供電申請只需四步驟:一、申請人先向澳電諮詢供電可行性;二、聘請註冊技術員及電業工程人員編制安裝充電設施的電力設計方案,並提交申請核准更改工程計劃給土地工務運輸局審批。三、按照法律法規要求以及由土地工務運輸局和環境保護局發出的行政指引開展工程,包括依法張貼工程通知書等要求;四、取得土地工務運輸局核准的電力設計方案(蓋章圖則)後,申請人可向澳電申請供電。 

舊廈申請須先諮詢

"二五規劃"諮詢文本提到,未來五年內淘汰全澳所有"歐四"環保標準的重型客運車輛。繼續帶頭推動使用電動車,新建政府辦公大樓內須為所有停車位預留慢速充電供電容量和基礎設施,並在新建私人樓宇引入相關要求。具條件的現有政府辦公大樓加設充電位,現有的公共停車場、街道公共泊位適當預留安裝充電設備。 

澳電表示,已於二○一八年修訂《建築物電器裝置低壓供電一般技術要求》,要求新建建築物內停車場必須百分百配備電動車充電基礎建設(如電纜托架、電箱、分線箱及電錶箱等)及預留電量。 

現有建築物由於原設計未有考慮充電設施用電,客戶需先向澳電諮詢供電的可行性,另建議集合其他停車位用戶一同加裝充電設施,並與大廈物管公司/管委會商討供電方案及大廈整體用電分配並取得共識,再開展申請程序。 

澳電表示按政府規劃全力配合發展電動車充電設施

DSPA: 200 charging spaces have met the needs

Source:  Macao Daily News

Release Date: 27 March 2021 

(ONLY AVAILABLE IN CHINESES)

 

環境保護局長譚偉文回覆議員林倫偉關於推動電動車普及化的書面質詢稱,現時本澳二百個公共充電位每個每日平均使用約兩次,已可滿足現有電動車的充電需要。政府會檢討充電車位使用成效,並按電動車增長情況,適時規劃日後的公共充電車位設置工作。
至於政府會否推出補貼措施,吸引更多居民轉用電動車出行?譚偉文稱,政府推出關於電動車的補貼計劃時,必須綜合分析控車政策、社會訴求和公帑使用等因素,現階段未有考慮推出新的補貼計劃。參考鄰近地區的經驗,政府會從推動在私人停車場加裝電動車充電設施方面着手,如探討簡化相關的行政流程,方便居民使用電動車。

200 public charging stations outlined in the Five-Year Plan have been in place

Source:  Gabinete para o Desenvolvimento do Sector Energético (GDSE)

Release Date: 3 November 2020 

Macao SAR Government has installed all of the 200 public EV charging stations in accordance with the Five-Year Development Plan of the Macao SAR (2016-2020), which should be able to satisfy the demand for mid-journey charging in the short to medium term. In the long run, the government will decide if more public electric charging stations are to be built upon review. Among the 200 public EV charging stations, 133 are located at the Macau Peninsula, 46 at Taipa and 21 at Coloane. Moreover, two charging stations for motorcycles have been installed at the Macau Peninsula. For more information, please refer to https://www.gdse.gov.mo/public/chn/EV/ev.html.

To address the long-term demand for EV charging, the government put forward a policy with the guiding principle of “self-use charging facilities for daily use and public charging as supplementary”. Fees will be imposed for using public EV charging facilities and the fee will be higher than that of private stations to encourage installation of medium/slow chargers at residential parking spaces. 

The related government departments will continue with the introduction and promotion of EVs according to the Five-Year Plan. Specific measures include improving the charging facilities, putting in place convenient measures and encouraging public sectors to use environmentally friendly vehicles. The government has waived motor vehicle tax for EVs to encourage citizens to opt for EVs when they plan for a car purchase.

Macau's eco-friendly energy vehicle population reaches 4,706 in Q3, including about 1,100 electric vehicles (EVs)

ource: Plataforma Media

Release Date: 3rd November 2020

As of the third quarter of 2020, there are 4,706 eco-friendly energy vehicles in use in Macau, which include 1,126 EVs, 3,392 hybrid vehicles and 188 natural gas vehicles, according to the Transport Bureau (DSAT).

DSAT said in a reply to media inquiry that, the SAR government is using 61 new energy vehicles in its official fleet, while gaming operators are running 189 new energy buses.

DSAT added that the plan of introducing 150 electric taxis in 2019, as stated by Transport Bureau Director Lam Hin San, will be deferred because market demand and operating environment has been impacted by the pandemic.

Separately, the new bus concession contract has stipulated that at least 50% of the operating buses and extra-large buses not passing Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge have to be replaced by eco-friendly energy vehicles by 1 January 2022 or earlier; and all operating buses and extra-large buses shall be replaced by eco-friendly energy vehicles by 1 August 2024 or earlier. DSAT will provide necessary support to bus companies in due course, such as expediting the administrative approval process, providing flexible vehicle examination schedules, among others.

More information on charging fees

Source:  Gabinete para o Desenvolvimento do Sector Energético (GDSE)

Release Date: 3 September 2020 

Office for the Development of Energy Sector of Macau previously issued a press release explaining the government’s policies and measures to promote “self-use charging facilities for daily use and public charging as supplementary”. The government has started with installing 200 public charging spots for public use and meanwhile explained the benefits of installing medium/low-speed chargers at private parking spaces to encourage daily charging with self-use charging facilities.

The press release also mentioned that fees will be charged for using public EV charging stations, arousing citizens’ concern. As for the pricing approach, the government considers that the fees for private charging should be lower than that of public charging stations, with the purpose to incentivizing residents to install low/medium-speed charging equipment in their private parking places.     

In addition to the installation and maintenance costs, the power consumption is another factor that explains the fee imposition for public charging facilities to ensure long-term operation. For example, the government is considering setting the fee for public fast charger at a level higher than household electricity fee but lower than fuel cost per kilometer. The Office for the Development of Energy Sector of Macau is studying the fee levels and will announce the details in due course.

Private installation of medium/slow chargers has multiple benefits

Source:  Gabinete para o Desenvolvimento do Sector Energético (GDSE)

Release Date: 30 July 2020 

To build a green tourism city, air quality must be improved from different aspects. As part of Macau's air pollutants comes from vehicle exhaust emissions, the government is actively promoting the use of eco-friendly vehicles, with EVs in the spotlight. With the technological progress and mass production of EVs, more models are available for selection and their prices may drop to the levels close to traditional fuel vehicles, making them popular among more users.

In order to further promote the use of EVs, the government would work with the public to make “private charging facilities for daily use and public charging as supplementary” happen. The government will first build public charging points for journey pit-stops, while the public are encouraged to install their own chargers at private parking spaces for daily battery top-up.

Of the 200 public charging parking spaces first proposed by the government in the "Five-Year Development Plan (2016-2020)", 196 have been in place, covering 42 public parking lots under the jurisdiction of the DSAT (with a coverage rate of 80%) ) and six parking spaces on public road (commonly known as "metre parking spaces"); the installation of the remaining four chargers at a metre parking space area has been sped up to go along with the road works in the respective area. These 200 public charging spaces will answer the needs for mid-journey charging in the medium to long run in Macau.

In terms of convenience and economic benefits, citizens are advised to install their own chargers at private parking spaces for daily use and charge up the battery at night. Quick chargers incur higher installation costs and may shorten the battery life as well as waste grid resources. Meanwhile, the fee for public charging will be imposed, and new fee for private charging will be cheaper than that of public charging. Therefore, citizens are encouraged to install self-use slow and medium chargers at residential parking spaces, which will be more convenient and economical.  Besides, charging EV batteries with slow/medium chargers in the night time can extend battery life, improve grid efficiency, as well as protect the environment.

At present, the Law No. 14/2017 allows minority owners to carry out electric engineering works in common parts of the building by posting notices of works to simplify the installation procedures. Moreover, CEM can also provide advice on electric wiring to the applicants. Residents living in the same building can collaborate to install private chargers in order to facilitate installation and share the cost. Coordination between residents and property management offices or committees are encouraged to facilitate installation. The government would direct CEM to provide full support in this regard. 

With medium/slow chargers at private parking spaces, users enjoy multiple benefits:

  1. charging EV battery anytime;
  2. slowing the ageing of EV batteries and extending their service life to save money;
  3. spending less on facilities, installation, electricity and electrical work compared to fast chargers;
  4. improving grid efficiency and protecting environment through night-time charging; and
  5. more convenient and cost-effective compared to public chargers, which will incur higher fees.