Registration of EV Chargers

EV charger owners are responsible for ensuring that EV chargers are registered with LTA before they are used in Singapore. Registration ensures accountability for the proper use and maintenance of EV chargers. Allowing an unregistered EV charger to be used may constitute an offence.

After the commencement of the EVCA, new EV chargers must be type approved by LTA before they can be installed, certified, and registered with LTA.

New EV chargers that are type approved by LTA will need to be affixed with an approval label before supply, as proof of approval. Anyone looking to purchase an EV charger should consider one that has been affixed with an approval label.

EV Charger Approval Label

To check the validity of an approval label, you may enter the type approval ID indicated on the approval label (red circle in image) on LTA’s OneMotoring website. The relevant technical information of the EV charger will be displayed and should correspond with the EV charger that the label is affixed on. If you encounter any discrepancies in the information displayed, please inform LTA at  

During the transitional period, some new EV chargers may not come with an approval label as suppliers may still be in the process of getting their EV chargers type-approved. Anyone who is considering purchasing such EV charger(s) is strongly advised to check with their supplier on whether the EV charger model has previously been issued with a Letter of No Objection (LNO), which indicates that the EV charger has met LTA’s safety standards (i.e. TR 25). EV chargers that do not have an LNO, and therefore have not been verified to comply with LTA’s safety standards, will not be allowed to register for safety reasons.

EV chargers must be installed (for fixed EV chargers) and certified as fit for charging EVs according to requirements under the EVCA, before they can be registered with LTA. The Certificate of Fitness issued after the installation and certification of an EV charger will need to be provided during the subsequent registration of the EV charger with LTA.

EV chargers can only be installed and/or used in certain locations depending on their class of approval and EV connector type.

Refer to the section on Installation and Certification of EV Chargers for more information before purchasing or registering your charger.

To register an EV charger, please refer to the following: 

For existing EV chargers (installed before 8 December 2023) For new EV chargers (installed on or after 8 December 2023)
  1. Submit your EV charger details for verification at
  2. Upon successful verification, LTA will issue a provisional ID for you to proceed with the charger registration. If verification is unsuccessful, you will need to replace the EV charger to ensure safety.
  3. Please proceed to register your EV charger using the provisional ID via OneMotoring.
  4. A confirmation letter and registration mark will be sent to you upon successful registration.
  1. Please register your EV charger using the type approval ID found on the approval label on your charger via OneMotoring.
  2. If the charger does not have an approval label, please contact the supplier of your charge to request for an approval label, or write in to  LTA to request for a provisional ID at

Upon successful registration, EV charger owners (or Registered Responsible Persons (RRPs) will be issued with a registration mark (image below) which must be affixed onto the EV charger within 60 days, as proof of registration. Please refer to section 2.1 of the Guidelines for the Registration of EV Chargers (PDF, 567kB) for details on how to affix the registration mark.

EV Charger Registration Mark

EV charger owners, or Registered Responsible Persons (RRPs), must ensure that EV chargers are periodically inspected and maintained by qualified personnel. Inspection frequencies vary depending on where the EV chargers are installed (for fixed EV chargers) and/or used. Similar to installation and certification of EV chargers, periodic inspection and maintenance of EV chargers must be carried out by LEWs and charger equipment specialists.

A list of LEWs can be found at via EMA’s website. A list of certified equipment specialists will also be published when ready at a later date.

The frequency of inspection and maintenance required under the EVCA are as follows:

Location Qualified Personnel Required Frequncy Required
Restricted Access* Equipment Specialist  Every 24 months 
Non-Restricted Access# Equipment Specialist Every 6 months
LEW Every 12 months

*Refers to landed dwelling houses that are not comprised within a strata title plan, and includes bungalows, detached houses, semi-detached houses, and terrace houses.
#Refers to all other locations besides restricted access locations

EV charger owners must retain the Certificates of Fitness (issued after the first certification of an EV charger) and subsequent Certificates of Continued Fitness (issued after every periodic inspection of the EV charger) for at least 2 years from the date of the certificates and will be required to submit these to LTA upon request. Failure to ensure that EV chargers have been periodically inspected and maintained may constitute an offence.

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