How much does it cost to install an EV charger at home?

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As Australia’s public EV charging infrastructure continues to expand, chances are there’s an EV charging station not too far from your home. You’ll find a few free charging points, perhaps at local car parks and community centres, but they’re often very limited in terms of how fast they can charge and how long you can stay.

With a Level 1 adapter cable, you can charge your EV at home plugged into a wall socket, assuming you have off-street parking, but it’s incredibly slow – which is why it’s known as ‘trickle’ charging. You’ll only add around 10km of range for every hour the car is plugged into the wall on a standard 10-amp circuit, so that’s probably more than 24 hours for a full charge.

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