EVs use a large chunk of electricity and electricity retailers sell electricity, so it’s no surprise that some Australian electricity retailers have begun offering EV specific plans that provide incentives to bring your electricity account over to them.
ChargePoint is a nationwide charging network useful for all EV owners that all Australian electric car owners will probably end up using at some point.
One of the great things about being an EV owner in Australia is the proliferation of 400V 3-phase electricity. Most factories, camping grounds and even a large amount of homes have access to up to 22kW of electricity to juice up your EV on the go or even at home. Most EVs don’t come with…
In this post I’ll go over why I decided to get a charger at home in the first place and why I chose the Zappi, then show you how it works and what it’s been like using it for the past few months. Hopefully it helps you decide if the Zappi is the right EV…
Good news for EV owners – JAX Tyres is partnering with EVolution to install EV chargers at 89 of its stores across Australia. The first site is now live at 98 Logan Road, Woolloongabba, in South Brisbane and more will be rolled out throughout 2019. The public JAX Charging network will be made up of…
All you can eat electrons for $1/day for your electric car at home? It sounds too good to be true, and in my case it turned out that way too.
Chargefox have announced that they will build 21 ultra-rapid electric car charging stations along the main highways connecting Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane, plus some in Western Australia around Perth.
EVolution Australia has started selling the wonderful Zappi EVSE in Australia. The Zappi’s claim to fame is that it can be configured to charge your EV only when the sun is shining to leverage the solar panels on your home.
Drive Zero is launching a rental service for Electric Car owners, with a set of cables and adapters that will allow you to charge effectively off the beaten track.
Canberra’s charging infrastructure is quite mature, so existing EV owners can fairly easily and cheaply charge their car while in Canberra – but owners of newer EVs won’t be able to rapid charge due to the older CCS1 plugs in use.