EV Charging Incentives

What grants, rebates and tax credits are available in each state right now

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– What grants, rebates and tax credits are available in each state right now

Electric vehicles (EV) are seeing ever-increasing market growth despite a slow start in Australia. According to a report from the EVC, over 50% of Australians would
consider buying EV as their next car.

To accelerate this shift, governments from each state are providing millions of dollars to support development of more charging
infrastructure, both publicly and at home, reduce the cost of an EV via subsidies and stamp duty discounts.

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• $131 m has been invested into EV fast charging grants, which will co-fund charge point operators to install and operate ultra-fast charging stations at 100 km intervals across the state.

• $20 million has been announced to support the rollout of EV chargers at thousands of tourist destinations across regional NSW.

$3,000 rebates for the first 25,000 EVs sold under
$68,750 from 1 September 2021.

Stamp Duty:
EVs under $78,000 will no longer pay stamp duty from 1 September 2021.


• The ACT has an ongoing Sustainable Households
Scheme that provides eligible households zero-interest
loans of between $2,000 to $15,000 to help with the
upfront costs of EV charging infrastructure. These loans
can be paid back at any time within a 10 year period.


• The Electric Vehicle Charger (Residential and Business) Grants Scheme provides funding to buy and install a charger at your residential property or business, with grants of up to:

– $1,000 for a residential property
– $2,500 for a business

The scheme will be open from 1 July 2022 and will be administered on a first-come,
first-served basis.

Stamp Duty:
EVs under $78,000 will no longer pay stamp duty from 1 September 2021.


• $19 million to accelerate the roll-out of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across regional Victoria and support the charging of EV fleets.
• $1.5 million in grants is available to deliver the EVCBF Program across Victoria.
• $5 million will be committed to 100 charging stations ranging from 11kW – 100kW.


• Injection of $20 million to support the creation of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure network.
• Investment of $800,000 towards government buildings for the installation of charging stations to support State Government electric vehicle fleet targets.

$3,500 rebate for the first 10,000 people who buy
electric cars valued under $70,000

Tasmania (TAS)

The Tasmanian Government has introduced the removal of stamp duty for 2 years for motorists for all ZEVs. The main aim of the TAS Government however is their ChargeSmart Grants. These grants offered $600,000 in their first round and the second round is now offering up to $50,000 for DC public fast chargers and up to $2,500 for AC destination chargers across the state. Hence the Tasmanian Government has put a heavy focus on building EV infrastructure across the state.


The South Australia Government has introduced multiple subsidies including a 3-year registration fee exemption for new ZEVs for vehicles first registered up until 30 June 2025. Furthermore, there is a $138 rebate on the first year’s registration charge. The first 7,000 ZEVs will also see a $3,000 subsidy if registered following the 28th of October 2021. All these subsidies are available for cars below $68,750.

The SA government has also introduced EV charging incentives for households. The first 7,500 households can receive a subsidy of up to $2,000 for installing a home charger. There are 2 main categories for this incentive minimum and integrated system with minimum – limiting the subsidy to $500.

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Trickle Charging (10km/hr)

Uses a standard power outlet, not recommended for non-residential charging

Fast Charging (40-120km/hr)

Locations where customers spend a few hours at can install multiple low-cost public chargers (e.g. workplaces, shopping centres)

Rapid Charging (300km/hr+)

Supply rapid charge speeds to customers on the go with larger DC charging stations. Best for use along highways and where customers stop and charge very briefly

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