In a significant stride towards a more sustainable and electric future, the New South Wales Government has once again opened its doors to regional businesses looking to enhance the accessibility of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. ChargeBoss, your trusted partner in EV charging solutions, is thrilled to share the news about the NSW EV Destination Charging Grant’s second round of co-funded opportunities. With this grant, the journey to electrify regional travel in New South Wales becomes not only possible but also highly affordable.

The Basics of the Grant

This exciting grant, now in its second round, offers a total of $20 million dedicated to supporting regional New South Wales. Of this funding, $10 million has been allocated to the current round, creating a golden opportunity for businesses to invest in clean and sustainable EV charging solutions.

For those eager to embrace this grant, the rewards are substantial. Eligible businesses can install up to four Level 2 chargers, significantly expanding their capacity to serve the growing number of electric vehicle users in regional areas.

What the Grant Covers

The NSW EV Destination Charging Grant offers an attractive support package that can make the transition to electric vehicle charging infrastructure a reality for businesses. Here’s a breakdown of what the grant covers:


      1. 75% of Charger Costs: The grant generously covers 75% of the costs associated with Level 2 chargers, providing a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to invest in EV infrastructure. Whether you’re considering 7 kW or 22 kW chargers, this support will make a significant difference in reducing your initial investment.

      1. Installation Costs: The grant further extends its support to include 75% of the installation costs, capped at $3,000 per port. This financial assistance ensures that setting up EV charging stations is not just feasible but economically viable for businesses.

      1. First Year Software Subscription: In addition to charger and installation support, the grant covers 75% of the costs for the first year of software subscription. This ensures that businesses have access to state-of-the-art software solutions for managing their EV charging infrastructure effectively.

    Eligibility Criteria

    To be considered for the NSW EV Destination Charging Grant, businesses must meet the following eligibility criteria:


        • Regional Location: The business must be situated within an eligible regional Local Government Area (LGA) in New South Wales, as specified in the grant guidelines.

        • Approved Destination Type: The charging stations must meet the criteria for an approved destination type as listed in the grant guidelines. This is crucial to ensure the grant aligns with the government’s goals for expanding charging infrastructure in high-traffic and tourist regions.

        • ATDW Listing: Businesses must be listed in the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW).

        • Existing Chargers: The business should have no more than four existing EV chargers. This criterion encourages the growth of charging infrastructure and opens doors to new participants.

      Applying for the Grant

      Exciting Update! The submission deadline has been extended to 2 August 2024. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity — Get a custom solution with a quote from us and apply through the EV Destination Charging webpage. Submit promptly to maximise your chances of success.

      Success Notification

      If your application is successful, you will receive confirmation and guidance on the next steps to establish your EV charging infrastructure. In the event that your application is not successful, you will be notified within eight weeks of submission.

      The second round of the NSW EV Destination Charging Grant is an exciting opportunity for regional businesses to contribute to a more sustainable and eco-friendly future. With ChargeBoss as your partner in EV charging solutions, we look forward to helping you navigate the grant process and make electrifying regional travel in New South Wales a reality. Don’t miss this chance to be part of the electric vehicle revolution and create a greener tomorrow for regional communities.

      For the full details and updated information please visit the official NSW Government site: