Update Uniform Standards for Charging Stations9 April 2018
173 Clear-cut guidelines for municipal governments and market parties
NKL presents an updated English version of their Uniform Standards for Charging Stations. Based on the experiences of market parties and local authorities, a clear-cut standard set of 173 guidelines on charging electric vehicles has been compiled.
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Based on actual insights and recent Dutch tenders
The set brings together relevant requirements and preferences regarding electric vehicle charging infrastructure. These are practical guidelines for municipal governments and market parties. This update is based on actual insights and experiences of recent Dutch tenders. The upgraded 2018 set is expanded and contains new categories.
- A point of departure for future public tenders and permits
- Useful in the development of policy
- A starting point for entering into agreements and signing contracts
- Valuable guideline for market parties
Guidelines per category
1. Application and construction; 2. Environment and location; 3. Management and monitoring; 4. Functionality; 5. Design; 6. Engineering and safety; 7. Back offices and interfaces; 8. Smart Charging and V2X; 9. Security; and 10. Standards and requirements .
An up-to-date standard set
There are constant new developments in the world of electric transportation and charging infrastructure. In order to continue offering a relevant overview, we must follow these changes closely. This is why a representative group of market players will confer once a year to evaluate and update the Standard Set. Input can originate from other NKL projects, new public tenders and other market developments.
How does the Standard Set work in practice?
The use of the Standard Set increases efficiency in public tenders for charging infrastructure. Drawing up tender documentation and other materials is simplified, and costs are reduced. The agreement lists are also easy to use for other parties, such as factories that manufacture charging stations. For both these parties and other market players, the demands of the Dutch market are made clear, and they know the standards that their services must comply with. An example for other markets.
Information and contact
More information on the 2018 Standard Set and other projects of The Netherlands Knowledge Platform for Public Charging Infrastructure is available on the NKL website: www.nklnederland.nl The Standard Set is available in Dutch and English.
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