Why do you need to register your charge point?
By making registration mandatory, grid operators can find out which charge points are used the most. This helps identify high-demand locations and, if necessary, allows the grid operators to make adjustments and optimise the power network.
The registering obligation applies to all charge points that are connected to the low-voltage grid. In practice, this means that if you install a new charge point, or have one installed, you are obliged to inform your grid operator via their website.
What information do you need to register your charge point?
Depending on your power grid operator, be sure to have the following information to hand:
- The EAN code for your electricity connection
This comprises 18 characters, starting with '54
- Date of installation or activation of your charge point
- Your charge point's serial number (see side of charge point)
This comprises 10 characters, starting with 'ACE'
When asked for the owner of the charging station, enter your own contact details.
When asked for the installer's details, fill in the following:
+32 (0)9 3123002
To conclude, you will be asked all kinds of technical information from the charge point itself :
Charge point information
|Number of charge points||1|
|Charge point usage||Private|
|Model||EVE Single Pro-Line|
|Maximum power setting||
For single-phase charging, put 7.4 kW
For three-phase charging, put 22 kW
|Smart charge point||Yes|
|Smart charging||Yes, the charge point takes into account a pre-determined peak usage|
Which grid operator should you register your charge point with?
Registering a charge point in Flanders
The grid operator in Flanders is Fluvius. Register your charge point via this link
Registering a charge point in Wallonia
There are several grid operators in Wallonia.
Register your charge point via the ORES website
Register your charge point via the RESA website
Register your charge point via the REW website
Register your charge point via the AIEG website
Register your charge point via the AIESH website
Registering a charge point in the Brussels-Capital Region
The grid operator in the Brussels-Capital Region is Sibelga. Register your charge point via this link