NTU has developed a novel smart charging concept which utilises both software control via PWM defined by international standards, and power regulation for supply to a cluster of EVSEs. Using this concept, shadow power or excess power capacity in building is utilised for dynamic allocation of charging power to individual EVSE and not causing overloading of power network. By doing this, no major upgrade of power infrastructure is required to support EV charging. Trinsic will provide expertise in helping NTU to productize the concept.