Both CCS2 & CHAdeMO plugs so all EV drivers can get where they need to go.
Charging locations with easy parking and walking distance amenities.
Inner-city, suburban, regional and rural. Where there's electricity, there's potential for EV infrastructure.
Park n Plug is currently building a workhorse EV charging network with the help of commercial property owners and local businesses to meet the needs of Australian EV drivers.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) estimates that there will be 670,000 EVs on the road in Australia by 2025 and 1,300,000 EVs by 2030. ARENA also estimates Australia will need over 28,000 rapid charging stations by 2040.
Electric cars are inevitable and they’re all going to need somewhere to charge.
Most EV drivers spend 20–40 minutes charging and are highly likely to visit your business whilst waiting.
You’ll get free advertising of your business in widely used EV charger maps like Plugshare, Google Maps and Apple Maps.
Show the world your support for reducing Australia's carbon emissions and meeting your corporate sustainability commitments.
EV drivers plan journeys around charging infrastructure. If you have facilities competitors don't, EV drivers will visit you instead.
Park n Plug was founded in 2020 by Owen McCrink and Anthony Agius out of a frustration with the lack of electric vehicle chargers in Australia.
Anthony is a passionate EV driver who has over a decade of experience in technology journalism and Owen is an entrepreneur with an interest in green technology.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us
468 High Street, Preston, Victoria, 3072, Australia