Electric vehicle charging

Electric vehicle charging

CS Energy has added electricity vehicle charging solutions to our retail offerings for large energy users.

We can provide a simple, low cost charging solution that takes the hassle out of switching to electric vehicles for your organisation.

Uptake of electric vehicles in Australia is gaining momentum and is expected to significantly increase over the coming years as consumer awareness grows, policy focus increases and vehicle costs reduce.

charging solutions for your organisation

Electric vehicle chargers

CS Energy has partnered with industry leaders Jet Charge and EVSE to offer a suite of charging products for large energy users.

We can install charging infrastructure and offer a broader service including AC or DC charging technology, public access charging and home charging of fleet vehicles if required.

Costs are recovered either on commissioning or through an installment-based payment system over either a 12, 24 or 36-month contract period, with no financing charge.


available technology

  • Smart chargers – remote software control, data interrogation and load management capabilities.
  • Flexible sizing – 7kW or 22 kW chargers, or higher as required.
  • Load control technology – all chargers include a separate smart control device.
  • Open or controlled access – chargers can be open access or require a RFID card or smart phone app to access.

Learn more in the video below or by downloading our EV Charging Solutions brochure (PDF 472.4KB).


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charge up when you're on the go 

The Queensland Electric Super Highway has charging sites from Coolangatta to Cairns, and from Brisbane to Toowoomba. 

You can also find more public charging stations via PlugShare.



Open the interactive charging map in a new window. 

EV charging at CS Energy

We have installed electric vehicle charging infrastructure at our own sites to encourage greater use of EVs.

CS Energy has several AC chargers in our Brisbane Office (below) and a DC charger at Kogan Creek Power Station on the Western Downs.

Electric vehicle charging