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YOUR PARTNER IN SUSTAINABILITY

Our generation is in the midst of an energy and technological transition. In the new world, connectivity is enabled through electricity. 

With growing calls for sustainability, the use of effective electrical solutions is essential to decarbonise and achieve a positive climate impact on our world.

At KED Energy Pte. Ltd., we keep the energy flowing. We empower our customers by integrating and bridging energy and electrical solutions sustainably.

We are ready to serve as your dependable EV charging solution provider and Charge Point Operator in Singapore. We fulfil both residential and commercial requirements, as well as EV charging for fleets.

Energising Our World

is what we do

Building
Circuits

that run on excellence

Kyo Ei Denko Pte Ltd is the parent company of KED Energy Pte. Ltd., which specialises in EV charging solutions. It is brought to life by leveraging the electrical engineering expertise of its parent company, with its business principles unchanged.

Established in 2002, Kyo Ei Denko Pte Ltd is a BCA-certified ME05 L5 electrical engineering company specialising in Building Construction electrical work. We have completed over 100 projects to date and have collaborated with countless companies from private and government agencies in Commercial, Cleanrooms, Factory, Plant, and Infrastructure such as SMRT, MICRON, LTA, and CAG.

Building Circuits

       that run on excellence

Our Team

Kelvin Phan
Managing Director

“We aspire to do our part for decarbonisation as a leading provider of EV charging solutions.”

Felicia Lua
Director

“Our provision of vehicle-charging infrastructure for business and homes will be crucial for a carbon-free future.”

Toong Ka Leong
Project Manager

“From planning to coordination and execution, we place a strong emphasis on running projects smoothly with efficiency.”

Sean Capili
Project Manager

“The resounding success
of the Tesla superchargers installation project at Star Vista inspires us to do better.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Electrical vehicle charging can be a peculiar process that is simple to understand but also requires knowledge of specific intricacies. One of them is an EV’s inability to achieve the maximum output, which can be due to a variety of reasons. They are listed below. 

  • Battery State of Charge (SOC)
  • The charging capacity of the EV is limited
  • Limitation of charging infrastructure
  • Battery health
  • Temperature control

While EVs have significant environmental benefits, whether driving an EV is more economical compared to a petrol car is a matter that has confused vehicle owners for years. Everything from the price of electricity to the maintenance cost can influence the expenses associated with an EV. The following are some key factors that can determine an EV’s expenses over its lifetime. 

  • The efficiency of the vehicle model
  • Expected mileage
  • Electricity rates in different regions
  • Charging habits
  • Annual maintenance cost

While an electric vehicle (EV) running out of charge is possible, modern EVs provide plenty of warnings when this is about to occur. When a vehicle’s battery power is nearly depleted, many EVs enter a low-power mode. As a result, the EV’s internal systems will limit power and acceleration. In such a situation, you can either keep driving until you reach a nearby charging station.

During a power outage, there are several ways you can get electricity to charge your EV. 

  • Solar power is a renewable energy source that converts sunlight into electricity.
  • Extra charging stations that are either solar-powered or have battery backup systems.
  • Generators are an ideal short-term solution for power disruptions. 
  • Grid-scale batteries can provide electricity in such situations as they store excess energy until needed.

The simple answer is yes, it is safe to charge an EV in the rain. It is no different than charging an EV in any other weather condition, as these vehicle charging systems are built to withstand the elements and eliminate any potential concerns. There is also no risk of electrocution as the EV charging components are entirely sealed and water-resistant. Therefore, there are no extra precautions to take when charging an EV in the rain.

A number of factors determine the cost of installing an EV charger in Singapore. Since you will need the services of a professional EV charger installer, they will look into the following aspects of the installation process before providing you with a pricing quote. 

  • The cost of the charger will vary according to its type, model, and features. 
  • The electrical infrastructure cost will be based on the complexity of the installation process. 
  • There may be a permit cost depending on the charger type and location.

When installing a Tesla wall charger, even if you are handy with tools, it is advisable to hire a Tesla-certified installer in Singapore. While the installation may appear simple, the wall charger needs to be wired directly to the electrical switchboard. As all of the energy that powers a residence runs through this panel, completing an installation without the assistance of a professional EV charger installer is dangerous.