Red tape, inertia put brakes on EV charging installation at condominiums

While a government grant has incentivised some condos to get chargers installed early, it has been relatively slow-going. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - He had hoped to be able to charge his new electric car conveniently after a proposal to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers was put up for a vote at his condominium's annual general meeting last year.

But anticipation grew into frustration for Mr Nilesh Jadhav, as the plan drew 87.5 per cent of the votes - just shy of the 90 per cent required.

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