ActewAGL unveils one of ACT’s largest EV charging setups

Close-up shot of Ocular EV charger installation (ActewAGL)
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ActewAGL has joined developer Doma and construction firm BLOC to install 35 x 7kW Ocular electric vehicle (EV) chargers at The Parks residential development in Red Hill, Canberra.

An elegant range of 136 dwellings at The Parks will benefit from one of the largest EV charger installations for a Canberra development.

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With one in five new cars registered in the ACT now an EV, ActewAGL is future-proofing the capital region’s charging infrastructure, embodied by this large-scale installation and exciting partnership.

ActewAGL general manager retail Rachael Turner said, “ActewAGL is developing solutions to ensure residents who desire an apartment lifestyle can conveniently own an electric vehicle. Working with progressive organisations such as Doma Group and BLOC is one way to meet the needs of EV drivers as we transition towards cleaner transport and our goal of net zero emissions.”

ActewAGL’s public, residential and commercial EV charging solutions are designed to support a seamless transition to electric vehicles. As the ACT progresses toward a cleaner, more sustainable future, ActewAGL makes it easy for residents and businesses to find, finance and charge electric vehicles via the award-winning evHub by ActewAGL.

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ActewAGL has set ambitious goals to embrace and encourage more sustainable energy solutions in the local community. ActewAGL’s community goals align with the ACT Government’s legislated target to achieve net zero emissions by 2045 and include a commitment to help the community achieve one in four households driving an EV powered by electricity from sustainable sources by 2030.

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