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Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round
14 February 2022

Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round

The JET Charge team once again have delivered big with a successful completion of their Series B funding round – rasing $25.5 Million. This wouldn’t have been possible without all the hard work, passion and dedication for the whole JET Charge team and amazing partners! Read the press release for all the details below.
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What a New Government means for EVs in Australia
23 May 2022

What a New Government means for EVs in Australia

A change in government has officially transpired as the Australian Labor Party (ALP) won the 2022 federal election- one that also saw a significant rise in independent voters. Electric vehicles were a focus, with many candidates speaking about EVs throughout their campaigns. As the change takes place, we dive into how the tides have turned regarding electric […]
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Electric Vehicle Charging Destination Grants (NSW)
15 May 2022

Electric Vehicle Charging Destination Grants (NSW)

NSW Destination charging grants will see $20 million invested to co-fund the purchase and installation of EV chargers at eligible regional NSW locations. Our team at JET Charge are proud to announce our participation as an approved software supplier and EV charger manufacturer for the grants. Key Details The funding is intended to assist EV […]
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What are the Major Government Programs out for EVs right now?
3 May 2022

What are the Major Government Programs out for EVs right now?

Government programs have a significant influence on how fast the rollout of electric vehicle ownership and infrastructure will progress in Australia and New Zealand. These programs can encourage or deter EV ownership through their policies and in turn impact the acceleration of EV adoption. The following outlines the major government EV programs at a federal […]
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Australia’s best EV road trips
22 April 2020

Australia’s best EV road trips

While we can’t set off just yet, there’s nothing to stop us planning our next expedition. We’re looking at some of the greatest and most accessible routes in Australia to head out in an all-electric road trip - and some tips to plan your own.

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Should you leave your EV plugged in while isolating?
8 April 2020

Should you leave your EV plugged in while isolating?

It’s an uncertain time and many EV owners aren’t driving as much as they usually would. We’ve collected the most important information on when, how, and if you should charge while isolating at home.

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Thanksgiving charge lines are a warning and a lesson
2 December 2019

Thanksgiving charge lines are a warning and a lesson

As millions of Americans traveled cross-country to visit their families this Thanksgiving, the lines at some Tesla Supercharger locations reportedly grew dozens of cars deep. Is this a warning of things to come for electric roadtrippers? We look at the problem and some of the possible solutions today on the JET Charge Journal.

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Are swappable EV batteries really a dead end?
15 August 2019

Are swappable EV batteries really a dead end?

Removing the battery from an electric vehicle and replacing it in a matter of minutes? Crazy. Swappable batteries have long been ridiculed by EV automakers, but they might have found a home in the wider world of e-mobility. Today on the JET Charge blog we’re asking what this tech really is, what it promises, and where it fits in an electric future.

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Charging sites outnumber petrol stations in UK
30 May 2019

Charging sites outnumber petrol stations in UK

UK-based charging navigation tool Zap Map has confirmed that there are now more sites on their platform than there are service stations in the UK. This is a first for British EV owners and it won’t be long before other countries reach the same milestone. But does this number actually matter?

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