Charger Map

Types of EV chargers

Level 1

  • Any existing power point (10 amp)
  • No specialised installation required

Level 2

  • A 15 amp power point, this will allow most electric cars to be fully recharged overnight
  • Requires an electrician to install
  • Typically installed in the home and at long stay destinations (work, shopping centres)

Level 3

  • A 55 amp power point, this can provide approximately 80% charge in 30 mins
  • Require specialised installation
  • Effectively replace today’s fuel stations

Charging infrastructure providers

Jetcharge

Jetcharge has developed sophisticated and affordable EV charging solutions for residential premises, apartment complexes, workplaces and public charging stations.

http://www.jetcharge.com.au/

Chargepoint

ChargePoint is a network operator of public and private charging stations. We provide the full scope of charging requirements to keep your electric vehicle moving.

https://www.chargepoint.com.au/

E-station

E-stations aim is to serve the emerging Electric Vehicle market in Australia by providing low cost plug in charge points to cities, local councils and private operators.

http://e-station.com.au/

Tritium

Tritium has developed a product portfolio of world-leading technologies that have been used in numerous solar car, electric vehicle and renewable energy projects globally.

http://tritium.com.au/

Keba

Keba provide holistic infrastructure solution for electromobility. Charging stations that are easy  to install and operate. 

http://www.kecontact.com/en/

Egodock

eGo Dock exclusively supply and install high quality and easy-to-use JuiceBox chargers direct from the USA.

http://www.egodock.com.au/

 

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