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Electric vehicle home charging

Make sure you’re charged up and ready to go with a fast and convenient home EV charger

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Charge up to 3x faster

Using a standard power outlet can be slow and may not fully charge your car overnight. 

Our 7kW home electric vehicle (EV) chargers give you up to 40km range per hour of charging. That’s up to three times faster than a standard power outlet.

Rest easy knowing you’ll be leaving home with a full charge in the morning.

Looking for electric vehicle charging?

Our team can help you get the home EV charger that suits your needs.

How installation works

  • Request a quote

    Provide a few details about your home, parking and driving needs in our online quote form. It only takes a couple of minutes.

  • We provide a quote

    We’ll call or email you to check your details and charger choice before providing a tailored installation quote.

  • Book your installation

    We’ll plan a time for our certified RACV Trades team to install your new home EV charger when it suits you.

Our home chargers

Prices include GST and professional standard installation by a certified electrician.

Check what standard installation includes.

MyEnergi Zappi electric vehicle charger.

MyEnergi Zappi 7kW

Also available as a 22kW charger (3-phase).

Chargemate electric vehicle charger.

Chargemate 7kW

Also available as a 22kW charger (3-phase).

Why choose RACV electric vehicle charging?

Stay topped up

Charging your EV at home is easy – simply park and plug in.

Cost effective and energy efficient

Schedule your EV charging at off-peak times or use rooftop solar. Track and optimise your solar usage to use excess energy to power your vehicle. 

Quality guaranteed with warranty

  • 3-year product warranty on EV chargers
  • 5-year warranty on workmanship and installation

Combine with solar power and save

Add a solar energy system with your home electric vehicle charger to make charging more convenient and efficient. Using renewable energy is a cleaner, more economical way to reduce your carbon footprint.

Our team can help you get the home EV charger that suits your needs.

Get a quote for solar and a home EV charger

Frequently asked questions

Standard installation of our Zappi or Chargemate 7kW / 32 AMP single phase EV charger includes:

  • Dedicated circuit of around 15 metres of wall and/or ceiling mounted cable
  • Single phase isolation switch, mounted
  • All associated electrical containment and hardware fixings
  • Switchboard electrical circuit protection
  • Compliant with AS/NZS 3000:2018 Electrical Installation Wiring Rules
  • 5-year workmanship warranty.

Non-standard installations may be required depending on the distance and route between your switchboard and the charging location, as sometimes additional electrical or earthworks are required to get you connected. Your installation quote will also reflect whether your home has three-phase power, solar, solar batteries, or your charger requires internet connectivity. We’ll identify these as we prepare your quote.

Home EV charging costs vary depending on what vehicle you have, how far you drive each day, how much you pay for electricity and when you charge. 

To get an estimate of how much you could save use the Green Vehicle Guide Home Charging Calculator.

If you have rooftop solar, you could power your vehicle with renewable energy and reduce your running costs even further.

Single phase and three-phase power are power supply connection systems with different power levels to suit different electrical needs. 

Single-phase power is generally used in residential homes where the electrical equipment and systems are smaller and have lower energy needs.
Three-phase power is suited to workshops, large buildings and larger homes with many large energy-intensive appliances.

Most residential homes run effectively on single-phase power. Generally, if you‘re unsure which type of power connection have in your home it's likely to be single phase.

A quick way to check is to go to your meter box and look at the fuse cartridges. If you have one main switch or fuse cartridge, you have a single-phase connection. If you have three, you have three-phase power.

If you're not sure what connection type you have, we’ll guide you through this when you request a quote.

In most cases, there won’t be a need to upgrade your incoming supply mains power.  

In the unlikely event you’re reaching the upper limits of your home’s maximum demand and spare capacity, you may consider upgrading your incoming power supply to avoid nuisance tripping and enjoy maximum charging speeds. Our qualified electricians can guide you through this during charger installation. 

All of our EV charging hardware and installations are backed by a three-year product warranty. If you’re experiencing issues with your home EV charger, call us on 1300 447 765 — we’re here to help. 

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^Speed estimates are based on figures provided by JETCharge. Actual charging speeds may vary based on factors such as your vehicle, household electricity supply, and installation requirements. Charging from a standard 240V general power outlet will add around 10km of range per hour of charge. When using a dedicated EV home charging station, the charging time will depend on your vehicle's on-board charger. If your vehicle can accept charging speeds of 7 kW or more, our charging stations can deliver approximately 30 km of range per hour of charge - making it up to three times faster.

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