Technical Rules and Procedures

On this page, you shall find the Technical Rules, procedures and guidelines from MOBI.E, as Electric Mobility Network Managing Entity.


MOBI.E’s Technical Rules


Communication Protocol for Measuring Equipment from Charging Stations Integrated in the Electric Mobility Network, with EGME’s Management System.

MOBI.E’s Technical Rules


Model and Format of Data Provided by the EGME to CME, OPC, DPC and CSE – Data regarding electric mobility consumptions.

Rules and Guidelines from the Directorate General of Energy and Geology

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OCPI Communication Protocol  

MOBI.E has currently implemented the OCPI communication protocol version 2.2.

In order to guide its partners, MOBI.E elaborated a document that intends to present in a transparent manner the vision and action plan of this implementation, mapping out a path so that the electric mobility eco-system in Portugal can evolve in accordance with OCPI’s protocol guidelines.

Due to the extent of the protocol and the follow-up that MOBI.E has made with its partners regarding integration, this implementation is being phased out. The first phase, already developed, comprises the integration of CEME (EMSP) and its availability is already a reality.

The second phase of the developments, for integration of OPC (CPO), is now planned and the current documentation with the technical specifications and timelines of the MOBI.E OCPI ecosystem can be find here.

This document version is especially aimed at technical teams (and partners) of CEME (EMSP) and OPC (CEME) enabling them to carry out the required integration developments of their platforms with MOBI.E. All matters connected to this topic should be addressed to placing at the beginning [OCPI].

The document shall be updated as developments are released and the new phases are planned. Until OPC’s total integration (CPO) is possible, we continue to allow the connection between the platforms of OPC (CPO) and that of MOBI.E through the OCPP protocol (1.5 or 1.6).

Due to its technical nature, and to guarantee that it is understood by all interested parties (national and foreign), the document was written in English.