Legalization of Electric Charging Points
The transition to electric mobility is unstoppable, and with it arises the need to install charging points for electric vehicles. To ensure the legality of these installations, it is crucial to understand and comply with the established regulations. In this context, we can be your allies to facilitate the installation of electric charging points safely and in accordance with current legislation.
Ensuring Compliance with Regulations and Electrical Projects
With the entry into force of regulation ITC-BT-52 in July 2015, specific regulations were established for electric charging installations. However, before delving into this regulation, ITC-BT-04 details the projects that must be signed by engineers. This includes infrastructures with power greater than 50kW, outdoor installations with power greater than 10kW, and charging stations for mode 4 charging.
In addition to these guidelines, it is essential to consider other cases where an electrical project may be necessary, such as power increases of 50%, electric loads in garages with more than 5 spaces and natural ventilation, garages with forced ventilation, and those integrated into places of public attendance such as restaurants and hotels.
Through a well-designed electrical project, Vallcorba Enginyers facilitates the processing of new supplies or necessary expansions for the installation of charging points, ensuring the legality and efficiency of the infrastructure.
Comprehensive Advisory Service
Vallcorba Enginyers offers a comprehensive service, staying up-to-date with the latest regulations to ensure the success of installers and end-users in the implementation of electric charging points. We stand out for our commitment to legalization, providing guidance at every step of the process.
Legalization of Charging Points in Community Garages
The legalization of charging points in community garages involves officially informing the president or administrator, without the need for formal approval from the community. The installation must respect common areas and occupy a parking space. Installation and electrical consumption costs are the responsibility of the interested party, and upon completion, an Electrical Installation Certificate (CIE) is issued in compliance with regulations. Additionally, for over 5 years, new homes must have pre-installations for charging points in community garages.