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JET Charge partners with Team Global Express to pioneer Australian-first EV depot of the future (NSW)
15 March 2024

JET Charge partners with Team Global Express to pioneer Australian-first EV depot of the future (NSW)

JET Charge, Australia’s leading EV charging infrastructure company has teamed up with freight giant Team Global Express to establish an innovative electric vehicle depot in Western Sydney. This landmark project, backed by ARENA (the Australian Renewable Energy Agency) funding, aims to deploy 60 electric trucks with cutting-edge charging infrastructure. Read more about this groundbreaking collaboration […]
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Announcement – JET Charge sell stake in Chargefox, close out Series B fundraise
3 July 2022

Announcement – JET Charge sell stake in Chargefox, close out Series B fundraise

JET Charge have parted ways with Chargefox, selling our stake in Australia’s largest EV Charging network. Our Series B fundraise has also concluded, with sustainability focused Kilara closing out the funding round- totalling $30 million raised. JET Charge are now the largest independent EV Charging infrastructure specialist in Australia and New Zealand, continuing our leading […]
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JET Charge works with the Victorian Government on one of Australia’s largest EV transitions
15 June 2022

JET Charge works with the Victorian Government on one of Australia’s largest EV transitions

We are pleased to announce our appointment as the EV charging partner for the Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Program within the Victorian Government. The project aims to electrify 400 existing passenger vehicles within the Victorian Government fleet and includes the installation of accompanying charging stations and load management technology across regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne. […]
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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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State of Electric Vehicles- March 2022: 5 Key Takeaways
31 March 2022

State of Electric Vehicles- March 2022: 5 Key Takeaways

The Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) has released a new State of Electric Vehicles report, comprehensively breaking down the current outlook of EV’s in Australia. The report contains updated information regarding EV sales, model availability, public charging infrastructure, policy, and the current and future range of vehicles available in Australia. Read on as we examine our 5 […]
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2019 in review
30 December 2019

2019 in review

It’s been a bumper year for the e-mobility space. January looks like a distant memory behind the swathe of new models, record-breaking investments, and fresh technology on the EV radar. There’s so much going on every month that it can be hard to keep track! So today we’re revisiting the highlights to see how far we’ve come in 2019.

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Another electric supercar on the way
20 August 2019

Another electric supercar on the way

With a name fit for a supervillain and the looks to match, the Drako GTE is set to be a formidable beast on the supercar stage — and possibly another nail in combustion’s coffin.

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Electric utes pt. III: train-pulling torque
25 July 2019

Electric utes pt. III: train-pulling torque

It wasn’t long ago that electric utes seemed like a pipe-dream. Tradies laughed at the idea, the coalition government taunted that EVs will “end the weekend”, and towing was nowhere to be seen. Those days are over. Today on the JET Charge blog we’re looking at the latest e-utes promised for our shores and asking what the future holds for an Aussie icon.

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