Charging stations for electric cars in Australia under trial in plan to open 120 stations in 2023


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Charging stations for electric cars in Australia under trial in plan to open 120 stations in 2023

Australia news- Australian oil company Ampole has announced a new trial of electric vehicle charging stations across Australia.

The company said it will launch a program called AmpCharge that includes 120 charging stations, and it will be starting in five pilot sites at its stations.

These stations will be in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia and are:

Carseldine in Queensland, Alexandria and Northmead in New South Wales, Altona North in Victoria, and Belmont in Western Australia.

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It will also provide these stations with renewable energy, and will be able to charge the vehicle with up to 150 kilowatt-hours.

Ampol revealed that it aims to reach 120 plants in late 2023, in cooperation with the Australian Renewable Energy Authority (ARENA) in a great future plan to preserve the environment and adopt renewable energy.

The company's CEO, Matt Halliday, said his company is seeking to provide similar services within homes, shopping malls, and businesses.

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