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The Zero Emissions Vehicle Emerging Technologies (ZEVET) program is supporting innovative electric vehicle (EV) charging technologies to further reduce barriers for Victorians transitioning to ZEVs.

The ZEVET program grant period has closed and its assessment includes:

  • 4 grant projects
  • $2.2 million in grant funding

Innovative EV charging technologies will support broader uptake of ZEVs. By 2030, we’re aiming for half of all light vehicle sales in Victoria to be zero emissions vehicles. Our Zero Emissions Vehicle Roadmap outlines how we plan to achieve this goal.


ZEVET supported projects that:

  • demonstrate a contribution in meeting Victoria’s 2030 target
  • build upon EV charging technologies to support the uptake of ZEVs
  • create project supply chains and local jobs, building skills, capabilities and services across each service area
  • where possible, utilise local content such as skills and services, to deliver the project
  • deliver community, economic and social benefit
  • where possible, support smart charging technology manufacturing, installation or maintenance opportunities within Victoria
  • reduce greenhouse gas emissions to support Victoria’s legislated net-zero by 2045 emissions reduction targets and the business’s own targets and strategies.

Funded projects

The ZEVET projects that have received funding demonstrate innovative EV charging technologies, including:

Intellihub Assets Pty Ltd - $1,350,000 to deliver up to 100 EV chargers mounted on power and light poles across 3 inner city local government areas in Melbourne.

JET Charge Pty Ltd – $127,500 for the JET Charge Battery Backed EV Charging project to deliver up to 4 solar and battery backed EV charging solutions, each with a different composition of energy output, solar and battery storage to be tailored to different site conditions.

JET Charge Pty Ltd - $402,000 for the development, installation and testing of a centralised charging solution to address the challenges of EV charging in apartments and commercial buildings. The charger will have the ability to charge 10 EVs simultaneously.

Myenergi APAC Pty Ltd - $319,750 to deliver up to 100 smart connected EV Chargers in homes and businesses across Victoria that can detect and use surplus electricity generated via rooftop solar to charge an electric vehicle.

Find out more

You can find out about the funded ZEVET projects in this media release.

Page last updated: 05/09/23