New South Wales Grants
- $3,000 rebates for the first 25,000 eligible EVs sold with a dutiable value of less than $68,750
- The NSW Government will remove Stamp duty on EVs purchased from 1 September 2021 that are under $78,000. All other EVs and plug-in hybrids will become eligible from 1 July 2027 or when EVs make up at least 30% of new car sales.
- Under the Net Zero Plan: 2020-2030 the NSW government is offering $105 million via a competitive reverse tender auction process to assist private businesses, not-for-profit and local councils to transition their fleets
- EVs have access to T2 & T3 transit lanes until at least 31 October 2022
- The NSW Government will invest $171 million to build a network of ultra-fast charging stations (including $20M for destination charging and $20M for commuter carparks). This includes $131 million worth of investment on EV fast charging grants, which will co-fund charge point operators to install and operate ultra-fast charging stations at 100km intervals across the state.
- The NSW Government is encouraging businesses, commercial property owners/managers, local governments and site operators/owners to host an EV charging station through the Drive Electric NSW EV Fast Charging Site Host EOI.