There are a wide range of options available to charge your EV.
Home - You can charge at home with Mode 2 or Mode 3 charging – and it is strongly advised to have your home wiring checked and certified before you start. Mode 2 is using an in-line EVSE control box as part of the EV’s dedicated charging lead that is supplied with the EV, plugged in to a normal outlet. The Worksafe guidelines recommended home charging option is Mode 3, where a dedicated EV charging wall box with control electronics is built in. Make sure you check your employer motor vehicle policies before deciding how to charge a work EV at home.
Public - LeasePlan’s partnership with ChargeNet provides access to a public network where you can access ‘fast chargers’ or ‘rapid chargers’ that will allow you to charge up to 80% in as little as 15-20 minutes, for smaller-range EVs, and an hour for some of the long-range EVs currently on the market. View locations of charging stations on our Supplier Finder.
Work – Check your workplace policies to see if you have access to chargers when the car is parked at the office.