Electric vehicle (EV) chargers for commercial applications
EECA has sponsored access to this standard due to its importance for non-technical audiences, technical process heat audiences, and the public
Access to this guideline has been sponsored by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), who recognise the significance electricity and the role EVs will play in our connected future. This is of particular importance to non-technical audiences and to that end, public access to a PDF copy of the publicly available specification (PAS) is available online, at no charge.
SNZ PAS 6010: Electric vehicle (EV) chargers for commercial applications is targeted exclusively at plug-in type EVs. The PAS has been prepared by representatives from the motor vehicle industry, electrical engineering, energy retailers and transport sectors as a collation of best-practice advice to guide New Zealand publicly facing businesses, suppliers of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), associated equipment and services to adopt a best practice approach for public and commercial EV charging. The PAS is designed to become a single touch point document, where all relevant general EV charging information is contained, and incorporates: WorkSafe New Zealand safety requirements and Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency guidance. Advice concerning the energy efficiency transmission of electricity from the grid to an EV in a commercial installation setting, and the types of chargers available to optimise this efficiency. The New Zealand Government Procurement Rules; selection criteria for government funding and investment. This is administered by government agencies, who are expected to apply this guideline.
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