Meridian to roll out $4m EV charger network

Staff reporters
Tue, 23 Feb 2021

Meridian Energy plans to spend about $4 million on rolling out a network of 200 chargers for electric vehicles.The company said the branded sites will be rolled out over three years, with an early focus on South Island metropolitan areas.The company is targeting shopping malls, retail precincts, local council facilities, tertiary education, health and some tourism businesses — places where people typically park for more than half an hour.“We know that the electrification of transport is one of the biggest ways that we can help comba...

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