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FAQs How much does it cost to charge

Charging prices differ depending on the location and/or plug type you are using. Specific pricing can be viewed via the Evie App after you select a station and tap the connector you wish to use.

The Evie Network currently features 3 types of charging stations across Australia, each with pricing based on power and speed:

  • Fast Charging (up to 50kW) pricing is 58c per kWh + 0c per minute while charging.
  • Super-Fast Charging (up to 150kW) pricing is 68c per kWh + 0c per minute while charging.
  • Ultra-Fast Charging (up to 350kW) pricing is 73c per kWh + 0c per minute while charging.

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Pricing can differ from station to station due to differences in charging capability and energy prices in the respective jurisdiction, so always check the Evie app for up-to-date pricing.

As an indicative guide, it should cost around $14 – $27 to charge a smaller vehicle or $27 – $47 to charge a long-distance vehicle.

These amounts would of course be dependent on the type of vehicle you are charging and the location of the Evie charger.

In the Evie App, you can filter for your maximum power, so you only see stations relevant to your charging needs.