Charge Up Workplace EV Charging Grants WA

This program provides organisations with co-funding to help them with the costs of installing EV charging equipment at their workplace.
This grant is currently closed to applications

What do you get?

Funding amounts vary.

Who is this for?

SMEs, charities and NFPs and local governments.


In this round, funding is available for up to 4 EV chargers per site (for a maximum of 5 sites):

  • 50% of the purchase cost of level 2 (7 to 22 kW) EV chargers chosen from an approved list
  • 50% of installation costs (up to $50,000 per site in the Greater Perth area and $10,000 per site in remote and regional areas)
  • 75% of the cost of a 2-year EV charger software subscription, chosen from an approved list.

The types of charging situations expected to be funded in this round include:

  • destination charging – charging at destinations that people typically spend a few hours at, e.g. tourist or cultural attractions, cafés, wineries, beaches, swimming pools, parks or other outdoor leisure activity facilities
  • car parks – car parks of eligible organisations for employees and visitors to charge their EVs
  • fleet vehicles – chargers which are intended to support the conversion of fleets to EVs.


Check if you can apply

Applications will be accepted from the following types of organisations:

  • small to medium enterprises
  • not-for-profits registered with the Australian charities and not-for-profits commission (ACNC)
  • local government authorities.

To be eligible, applicants must intend to:

  • use the EV charger to charge during daytime hours (9am to 5pm) or overnight (9pm to 9am)
  • install the EV charger at a location within WA.

In general, charging that occurs mainly during the evening peak of 5pm to 9pm will not be supported by this grant.

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