Charge Up Workplace Grants are designed to make it easier and more cost effective for small to medium enterprises, not-for-profit organisations and local government authorities to install EV charging equipment at their workplace.
The EV chargers can be installed in the car park at your workplace to be used by employees or visitors. Eligible businesses can also install them for use by customers – for example, at a café, recreation centre or winery.
Through initiatives like the Charge Up Workplace Grants, we’re aiming to make it easier and more cost effective for small to medium enterprises, not-for-profit organisations, and local government authorities to install EV charging equipment at the workplace.
I might like an EV charger at my work, what do I need to know?
Three easy steps:
- Read the Guidelines and FAQs to find out if you’re eligible, what you can receive funding for, learn about the benefits of charging EVs during the day and more.
- Use our handy application checklist to gather everything you need to make an application. This includes our list of approved software and EV chargers.
- Apply on the online portal.
The first round of grants will be open from 16 February 2023 until COB 12 May 2023. Email the team email@example.com directly if you have any questions. If you’d like to receive updates on the Charge Up grants program, support for EVs or other Government energy initiatives, click the button below.
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Not sure if you’re eligible for a grant?
If you’ve read the eligibility guidelines and you’re still not sure, the simplest way to check if you’re eligible is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org