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Under Climate Action 21: Tasmania's Climate Change Action Plan 2017-2021, the Tasmanian Government has committed to supporting electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Grants of up to $50,000 support Tasmanian organisations to purchase and install Direct Current (DC) electric vehicle charging stations. The chargers must be available for public use.
Fast chargers provide a high rate of charge and are installed where drivers need to recharge and get back on the road quickly.
ChargeSmart Fast Charging grant applications closed on Friday 24 May 2019.
|Bennetts Petroleum Supplies Pty Ltd (New Norfolk)||South||$35,000|
|City of Hobart||South||$50,000|
|Huon Valley Council||South||$50,000|
|Evie Networks (Campbell Town)||Central||$50,000|
|Evie Networks (Elizabeth Town)||Central||$42,000|
|Electric Highway Tasmania (Swansea)||East||$40,000|
|Electric Highway Tasmania (St Helens)||North East||$40,000|
|Energy ROI (Scottsdale)||North East||$48,930|
|Electric Highway Tasmania (Burnie)||North West||$20,000|
|Electric Highway Tasmania (Derwent Bridge)||West||$50,000|
|Electric Highway Tasmania (Queenstown)||West||$50,000|
|Devonport City Council||North||$50,000|
The ChargeSmart Destination Charging Program offered grants of up to $2,500 to support organisations to purchase and install an Alternating Current (AC) electric vehicle charging station for public use.
Destination chargers are useful for locations where electric vehicle drivers stay for an hour or more, such as shopping centres, hotels, caravan parks, public car parks, restaurants and tourist attractions.
ChargeSmart Destination Charging grant applications closed on Friday 10 May 2019.
|Tin Dragon Trail Cottages||North-East||$2,500|
|Tin Mountain (Accommodation - Derby)||North-East||$2,500|
|Bischoff Hotel Waratah||North-West||$2,500|
|Door of Hope Christian Church Inc.||North||$2,500|
|Launceston City Council (Paterson West car park)||North||$2,500|
|Launceston City Council (York West car park)||North||$2,500|
|Launceston Drive Park Fly||North||$2,500|
|Aquila Rise (Accommodation - Friendly Beaches)||East||$2,500|
|Clarence City Council||South||$2,500|
|St Michael's Collegiate||South||$2,500|
The Workplace Electric Vehicle charging grants program supported workplaces (eg councils, businesses and not-for-profits) to prepare for the technology by providing grants of up to $5,000 to install electric vehicle charging stations.
ChargeSmart Workplace grant applications closed on Monday 21 May 2018.
|City of Launceston||North||$5,000|
|Department of Education - Newstead College||North||$3,036|
|Meander Valley Council||North||$4,422|
|University of Tasmania - Newnham campus||North||$4,204|
|Department of Education - Launceston College||North||$4,817|
|University of Tasmania - Cradle Coast campus||North-West||$4,204|
|Central Coast Council||North-West||$4,565|
|Cradle Coast Authority||North-West||$5,000|
|University of Tasmania - Sandy Bay campus||South||$4,204|
|Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania||South||$5,000|
|Huon Valley Council||South||$5,000|
ChargeSmart helps workplaces to:
For further information please contact the Tasmanian Climate Change Office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: (03) 6232 7162.