Where will I charge my EV?
Electric Vehicles have a charger built in that converts the AC power from the grid into DC power for the car’s battery. The onboard charger is limited in power and it typically takes 6 hours to fully charge a car.
Some stations are equipped with fast DC chargers (CHAdeMO), which dramatically reduces the charge time, usually to less than 25 minutes.
Check out Electrolease Map and the mobile apps.
Andrew Hill, RPS Consultants NZ
I am relatively new to EV's but one thing I was sure about was that I wanted a new, NZ compliant EVSE (charge cable). After a search of various options, I contacted Electrolease. David was great; very knowledgable, listened to what I was after and when the time came to order, it arrived by courier the next day. The product itself was perfect for what I needed, and even gives a read out of each charge time and the KWH used. I'd highly recommend Electrolease and their EVSE cables.
Kelvin Hu, K2Print Owner
Great vehicle! Best price! Highly recommend! Great EV.
Lewis Rowe, Devonport Cars Owner
I own Devonport Car Company, and needed to source good quality, NZ standard charging cable's for the EV's I sell. David was really friendly and knowledgeable and so easy to deal with. I contacted him one afternoon and by the next morning I had the cable I needed, dropped to my door! I couldn't recommend him enough for your EV Cable needs and general information. Cheers David!