Charge UP Workplace EV Charging Grants - Western Australia
Are you ready to take your electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to the next level? Well, you're in luck! Round 2 of the WA Charge Up Workplace Grant is now open, and it's better than ever. Get ready to charge up faster with the introduction of direct current (DC) chargers up to 350kW.
What's new in Round 2?
The most significant enhancement is the inclusion of faster DC chargers. With these high-powered chargers, you can now charge your EV at lightning speed, reducing your charging time significantly.
But that's not all! Round 2 also offers grant funding support for both AC chargers (ranging from 7 to 22kW) and DC chargers (ranging from 25kW to a whopping 350kW). So, whether you need a charger for your small business or a larger charger for a local government authority or not-for-profit organization, we've got you covered.
Who is eligible for a grant?
If you're a small or medium enterprise, a local government authority, or a not-for-profit organization, you're eligible to apply for a Charge Up Workplace Grant. Small businesses are defined as having less than 20 employees, while medium businesses have between 20 and 199 employees. So, no matter the size of your organization, you can take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.
How much funding is available?
In Round 2, the WA Government is offering a total of $12.5 Million in grant funding support. This means that you can receive financial assistance to cover up to 50% of the costs associated with EV charger hardware, software, and installation.
How can EV-NRG support you?
At EV-NRG we have a range of AC & DC Chargers that are approved for the Charge UP Grant. This includes the 50kW Blueberry DC Fast Charger and Blueberry 200kW & 300kW Cluster Solutions. We also offer the Myenergi Zappi 7kW & 22kW AC Chargers.
We are here to help you and your business with your application and will be happy to provide more information on any of our products to assist your application.
How to apply for a grant?
Visit the WA Government website and fill out the online application form. Round 2 is open from 4 November 2023 to 3 May 2024, so don't wait too long to submit your application.
Remember, this is your opportunity to join the growing network of EV charging stations and contribute to a greener future. By installing fast and efficient chargers, you'll not only attract EV drivers to your location but also support the transition to sustainable transportation.