Supercharging Australia’s EV infrastructure

The Australian Government is investing $6.1 million to accelerate JET Charge's roll-out of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

 JET Charge installs EV chargers in dealerships, for public charging networks, and at home. The company’s technology allows owners to report and monitor their charging stations, perform preventative remote maintenance and bill customers for charging sessions.

The government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) Innovation Fund, is investing $6.1 million in JET Charge's $25.5 million capital raise.

The Hon Angus Taylor MP, Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction, said, ‘Building additional charging infrastructure is key to removing range anxiety and supporting consumer choice.’

‘More and more Australians are already making this choice, with plug-in EV sales tripling last year. This investment will support this number to grow even further.’

‘This project expands on our $250 million Future Fuels Fund, taking the government’s investment in low emissions vehicle technologies to over $2.1 billion.’ 

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Joint Ministers’ media release

Jet Charge


Future Fuels and Vehicle Strategy