With excessive inflation and wholesale power worth rises throughout Australia it’s not shocking that Ampol AmpCharge and Evie Networks have each introduced worth will increase this week for his or her DC electrical automobile quick charging companies.
Ampol’s 15% worth rise is throughout all their charging websites from 60c/kWh to 69c/kWh. The Ampcharge workforce commented:
“We’ve now elevated our AmpCharge EV charging charge to $0.69/kWh for pay-as-you-go. Ampol goals to supply nice worth, top quality merchandise to our prospects”.
“So as to proceed doing so, and after a evaluation of our wholesale power prices, we’ve wanted to revise the pricing construction to replicate market situations and rising power prices.”
Evie’s worth 12.5% enhance is simply at their 50kW velocity websites, from 40c per kWh to 45c per kWh. The e-mail despatched to me stated:
“As you’ve charged at an Evie location(s) or registered your particulars in our app, we wished to let a few worth enhance occurring in February 2023”.
“On Monday, 13 February 2023, our 50kW public quick chargers will enhance in worth from 40c per kWh to 45c per kWh”.
“Our 350kW ultra-fast chargers is not going to change, remaining at 60c per kWh”.
“That is the primary worth enhance we now have made since 2020 and is reflective of the elevated price of power”.
“In 2023, we intention to proceed constructing our clear, protected, handy and reliable EV charging community throughout Australia. With over 100 charging places at present open and additional community growth in 2023 and past, we hope you’ll proceed to look to Evie Networks to energy your future journeys”.