The November Issue

Ōmārama to join EV charging hub network

A New Zealand-owned business working to expand the fast electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the country has been granted Government funds to set up two rapid EV chargers in Ōmārama – with plans for this to grow into a commercial transport hub. Last month, the Government announced - through the latest Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority funding round – it had approved Jump Charging Ltd’s application for $295,500 to install two 150kW rapid chargers in Ōmārama with a planned completion date of December 2023. The two chargers are capable of charging four vehicles simultaneously. In April, the EECA identified Ōmārama as one of 25 specific locations on 14 major holiday journey routes where it wanted to add to the .... >>> continue reading <<<

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Inside November Issue

Ōmārama to join EV charging hub network
Trust confirms St Thomas's Church sale
Airfield company/council to consider company structure
'Community conversation' revisits old ground
New business goes for gold
Changes at the helm of Association
Bootcamp for juniors about to kick off
Sausage sizzle welcomes back campers
A spooktacular night in town
Katrina and 'Chops' take up 'golden opportunity'
A final farewell to Sue

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