The Chargefox electric vehicle charging network has now expanded to Ballarat, adding a key stop along the Melbourne to Adelaide route.
Made possible by investment from Australian Motoring Services (RACV, NRMA, RACQ, RAC, RAA and RACT), Wilson Transformers and the founder of Carsales, Greg Roebuck, the new ultra-rapid charger is the 11th in the Chargefox network which stretches down the east coast of Australia from Brisbane to Sydney and Melbourne and across to Adelaide.
The new site features two 350kW chargers which can add up to 450km range every 15 minutes to capable electric vehicles, and two 50kW chargers, made by Brisbane-based leader in EV charging technology Tritium. All units are equipped with both CCS2 and CHAdeMO plugs to fit all modern and future electric vehicle models.
The new charging location at Alfred Square in central Ballarat is about 120km from Melbourne and around 400km from Keith, the next available