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Electric vehicle (EV) charging is forecast to become a significant component of the total residential electricity demand in Queensland by 2030. If EV charging is well managed, it could deliver benefits to EV owners, electricity network operators like us, others in the electricity supply chain, governments and communities.
To help us manage EV charging on our network, we need a good understanding of where, when and how EVs are being charged in Queensland. If you own an EV and would like to contribute, please complete the form below.
Please note: We may wish to contact you to discuss your EV usage further and for research opportunities. If you'd prefer not to be contacted, you can opt out at the bottom of the form.
Your details will be kept private in line with our Privacy Statement and will be used only to help our network business manage the future impacts of EV charging.
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If you have more than one EV at the premises, please submit a separate form for each vehicle
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