The Federal Government has announced the expansion of Australia’s fast charging network for battery electric vehicles (EVs) by providing funding for new chargers across metropolitan and regional Australia to drive uptake of electrtic vehicles (EVs) and support consumer choice.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has allocated $1.6 million in funding to energy infrastructure company Jemena to undertake a residential electric vehicle (EV) managed charging trial with four other electricity networks in the ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has given a boost to the adoption of electric vehicles by providing $15 million in funding to Evie Networks to roll out the largest ultra fast battery electric vehicle (EV) charging network on highways around Australia.
US provider of software platforms for managing electric vehicle charging stations, EV Connect, is partnering with Australian company Evie Networks as it builds a highway charging network for electric vehicles.
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