Fast-growing public DC charging company Evie Networks is raising prices effective July 10th:
“Our 50kW public fast chargers will increase from $0.45c per kWh to $0.50c per kWh, and our 350kW chargers will increase from $0.60c per kWh to $0.65 per kWh”.
Evie says the price increase is a direct result of the rising cost of energy and the costs of providing electricity to these chargers.
While their customers won’t be glad to hear the news about this price increase, it’s understandable as Evie and other businesses have to pay increased electricity bills for 2023-24, just like households have to.
They say the increase will enable them to continue investing in operating and growing their network.
Evie Networks DC fast chargers are powered with 100% renewable energy that is either generated on-site or sourced through the procurement of Green Certificates, which are large-scale generation certificates (LGC) traded through the Clean Energy Regulator’s REC Registry.
With over 130 sites live across Australia and hundreds more planned, techAU hopes Evie keeps expanding their network countrywide to aid in the ICE to EV transition process.