Sydney Councils tap celebrity power for EV charging network launch

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Some of Sydney’s iconic beach side locations are now host to on-street charging stations as part of an initative of three eastern-suburbs coucils.

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Three eastern Sydney councils have teamed up with some celebrity power to launch a network of affordable, on-street electric vehicle charging stations, with another two chargers in the works.

The Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra councils have worked together as the first councils in Sydney to provide on-street chargers, with stations located at some of Sydney’s most iconic beach spots, delivering on a commitment announced in December last year.

“There’s a transformation in motoring in Australia and around the world and the move to EVs start here in Waverley and surrounds,” Waverley major John Wakefield said.

Chargers have been installed and are now operating at Bondi beach, Double Bay, Coogee beach and in Randwick, with additional charges to come online at Bondi Junction and Maroubra.

To read the full story on RenewEconomy’s electric vehicle dedicated site, The Driven, click here…

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