Media Centre

Media Contacts

For all ChargeNet media enquiries, please contact our public relations team at:

solpr
info@solpr.co.nz
0800 4 SOLPR


Comms Manager:

James Cozens, james@solpr.co.nz

Social Media:

Sally Bateman, sally@solpr.co.nz

Managing Director (solPR):

Dee West, dee@solpr.co.nz

Managing Director’s Assistant:

Rachelle Tilsley, rachelle.tilsley@charge.net.nz

Branding

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ChargeNet is a trademark of ChargeNet NZ Limited.

Sound Bites

  • ChargeNet NZ currently have 32  rapid DC charging stations open throughout New Zealand, with another 8 in the final stages of completion.
  • A rapid charging station will charge an Electric Vehicle with the necessary onboard fast charging equipment at the rate of around 100km every 20 minutes
  • Introduction of reliable Fast Charging infrastructure has consistently correlated with increased adoption of Electric Vehicles in Norway, Netherlands, USA and other nations
  • Fast Charging data from ChargeNet NZ show an average fast charge costs customers between $7 and $12 NZD
  • New Zealand is a perfect geographical, technical, and economic environment to adopt Electric Vehicle technology. At least 80% of NZ electricity is already sourced using renewable methods, and electrification of vehicles would strengthen the local economy and eventuate in energy independence for New Zealand
  • ChargeNet NZ have a flexible and transparent offering that can be easily scaled to suit a variety of partnership arrangements
  • ChargeNet NZ have a long-term strategy of developing, testing and supporting a robust and portable software offering that will give businesses and end users flexibility and encourage a consistently positive customer experience, while preserving full control of costs and offerings for businesses wishing to manage charging infrastructure
  • 2430 light Electric Vehicles were registered with the Ministry of Transport by the end of December 2016.