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Tesla Destination Charging Opportunity Print

Under the Industry Participation Plan for the 100MW grid-connected battery, project partner Tesla Motors Australia Pty Ltd agreed to establish up to 50 new electric vehicle charging stations in South Australia.

To deliver this, up to 50 businesses from across the state are being sought to host a new Tesla Destination Charging service on their premises. Preferred sites include but are not limited to: shopping centres, hotels/motels, restaurants, wineries, iconic tourism locations, and local council offices located near appropriate amenities. Suitable sites may be found in the city, metropolitan area and particularly in country locations.

Visit the Our Energy Plan website for more information and to apply to be one of the chosen sites.

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