Trickle Charging (10km/hr)
Uses a standard power outlet, not recommended for non-residential charging
What grants, rebates and tax credits are available in each state right now (as of April 2023)
Electric vehicles (EV) are seeing ever-increasing market growth despite a slow start in Australia. The latest data shows sales of EVs February 2023 reached a record of 6.8% of new car sales.
To accelerate and support 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.
With more than 7 years of experience in the electric fueling industry, EVSE Australia can help you find the funds you need to start your EV charging project.
Full electric vehicles will be given access to transit T2 and T3 lanes until 31 October 2023, unless revoked earlier.
Rebates for EV purchases:
$3,000 rebates for the first 25,000 EVs sold under
$68,750 from 1 September 2021. (As of Dec 2022- more than 20,000 rebates can still be claimed)
EVs under $78,000 will no longer pay stamp duty from 1 September 2021.
For eligible vehicles registered from 15 August 2022, the stamp duty exemption will be applied automatically. This will save you from any up-front duty costs.
Learn more about EV Destination Charging Grants for Regional NSW here.
Learn more about EV Kerbside Charging Grant NSW here
Learn more about EV Charging Grant NSW for existing unit blocks here.
The VERS is aimed at promoting the acquisition of low-emission vehicles and mitigating the environmental effects of vehicles in the ACT. The payable duty is determined by the market value of the vehicle and its carbon dioxide emissions. From August 1, 2022, all electric or hydrogen fuel cell cars, whether new or used, will not be charged stamp duty in the ACT, irrespective of the vehicle’s age.
• 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,
From July 2022 until 30th June 2027, there will be no stamp duty fees for EVs upto $50,000 or annual registration fee for EVs
• 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
•$10 million over 2022-23 and 2023-24 for Energy Policy WA to deliver grants of up to 50% of the cost of installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure for not-for-profits, and small and medium-sized businesses. Learn how to apply here
$3,500 rebate for the first 10,000 people who buy electric cars valued under $70,000
Grants delivered more than $600,000 in their first round and the second round (2021) allocated $773,000 for 20 fast charging stations and 23 destination chargers across regional areas and tourism hotspots.
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