Autel Energy launches MaxiCharger EV Chargers in Australia

Autel Energy launches MaxiCharger series EV Chargers in Australia

Autel Energy has launched its MaxiCharger EV charger series in Australia through a partnership with local distributor Connect Source.

The Australian federal government recently passed legislation to cut carbon emissions and has offered incentives to promote battery electric vehicles while phasing out conventional vehicles, which is expected to sharply increase demand for electrified mobility. New EV sales in Australia in the first three quarters of 2022 grew by 65% year-on-year and represented 3.39% of all new cars sold, according to Australia’s Electric Vehicle Council.

EVs are forecasted by the federal government to make up 26% of new car sales by 2030 as battery costs continue to decline and as government and leading automakers including Tesla invest heavily in charging infrastructure.

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