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AMP Capital to build fast EV charging stations in 16 ANZ malls

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A new partnership between AMP Capital and Evie Networks will see universal fast-charging stations for electric vehicles installed in 16 shopping centres across Australia and New Zealand.

The Evie Network’s fast-charging stations are powered by 100 per cent renewable energy, adding 150kms of driving range within 30 minutes. Time-poor customers can use the pay-per-charge option of 40 cents per kWh.

Marco Ettorre, AMP Capital’s head of retail and investment, said AMP Capital is partnering with industry specialists in the EV space to future-proof its assets, as well as ensure its customers have the best experience.

Chris Mills, CEO of Evie Networks, said the partnership aligns perfectly with the company’s mission to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in Australia.

“Being able to leverage AMP Capital’s strong ties to their communities across Australia and New Zealand provides us with the ability to create true destination charging spaces for both their customers and ours, whilst maximising our network’s reach and coverage.”

The fast-charging electric vehicle company will install two fast-charging stations per shopping centre and add more as demand grows. Customers can locate the charging stations using the Evie Charge app, make payments and view full charge history on it.

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