Put in charge: NZ EV chargers explained

Dean Evans, Editor
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Electric vehicles and chargers are appearing everywhere, and with that increase in demand and popularity, we thought it’s time to provide a bit of clarity around EV chargers, and the typical differences between portable, home and public chargers.

From a three-pin home AC wall socket portable charger to a DC public hyper charger, the difference to charge a vehicle could be as little at 5 mins or as much as 50 hours, so let’s look into the current state of current feeders.

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