There’s never been a better time to get charging!

Supporting and actively investing in green tourism, the NSW government is encouraging the purchase and installation of more privately owned charging infrastructure. It’s expected that this initiative will super-charge the State’s goals of net zero emissions by 2050 by boosting jobs and inviting EV enthusiasts nationwide to explore 800,000 kms of NSW country roads, coastal highlights, and outback treasures.  

 The exciting news is that if you’re a New South Wales regional business owner or council, who has a live and current Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW) listing – you may be eligible for 75% of your EV charging solution covered by the new grant.  

The grant covers EV chargers that range from 7 – 22kW AC. This means that dependent on the vehicle type and electricity supply, for a 7kW charger you’re looking at an average of 40km per charging hour, while a three-phase 22kW charger powers a journey of around 130km. 

 Available until May 2024, the grant co-funds: 

  • 75% of EV charger cost 7kW and/or 22kW, for up to four charging ports per site 
  • 75% of installation cost (up to $3,000 per charge port); and 
  • 75% towards first year of an annual software subscription cost. 

Transitioning to EV can be daunting, but Yurika is proud to support end-to-end, full turnkey services in this space.  

 From initial assessment, consultation and advice; to supply and install of the most suitable EV charging equipment; we also offer ongoing operations and maintenance services. 

Our extensive and impressive track record in supporting businesses with the EV transition includes teaming with the Queensland government, Transport & Main Roads and RACQ to deliver the flagship Queensland Electric Super Highway. This extraordinary project has delivered over 40 EV charging sites state-wide with another 23 set to go ahead for 2024.  

We also continue to stock a range of grant-approved EV charging equipment, including on-the-shelf, ready to go, Siemens AC chargers.  

If you need some help making the transition, give us a call and let’s talk! 

For more information about the grant, and to view the guidelines to determine your eligibility, view the NSW Climate and Energy Action website 

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