WA EV Network

We’re building Australia’s longest connected
Electric Vehicle 
(EV) highway.

Project overview

As WA transitions to a cleaner, greener electric vehicle future, we’re building the supporting infrastructure to help open up our vast state to electric vehicles and electric cars.

We’re working with Synergy and the WA State Government to build Australia’s longest electric vehicle fast-charging network, from Kununurra in the north to Esperance, and as far as Eucla, in the south.

When complete, EV drivers will have access to 98 EV charging stations spread across 49 locations along major West Australian transport routes. The locations selected for the installation of fast charging infrastructure have been identified through the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategic Planning Report with input derived from Local Government Authorities and Regional Development Commissions. 

98 EV Chargers across 49 locations

We want to give electric cars more access across Western Australia, supporting the future of cleaner, greener electric vehicles into the future. 

WA EV Network

We’re working with Synergy and the State Government to build Australia's longest connected electric vehicle fast-charging network - from Kununurra in the north, down to Esperance in the south and across to Eucla in the east. 

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What’s happening now?

The Electric Vehicle Action Plan

The electric vehicle highway is one part of the WA State Government’s Electric Vehicle Action Plan. The EV Action Plan provides an integrated set of actions designed to deliver a future where EVs contribute to a safe, reliable and efficient electricity system while accelerating our transition to a low-carbon future. 

Read the WA Electric Vehicle Action Plan

Charging an EV

We’re going to make it easy to understand how much it will cost to charge your EV at each of the stations. We’re working through what these costs look like right now, but you’ll be able to check the cost to charge before you charge. 

Learn more about charging your EV

Chargers under construction

We're currently building the EV network, and are over half-way complete. We expect the network to be finished before the end of 2024.

What does this mean for the community?

Electric Vehicles are one of the biggest changes we are seeing to transport in our lifetime. Horizon Power has an important role to play in making sure our communities can take advantage of EVs

Stephanie Unwin

CEO Horizon Power


Learn more about the WA EV Network

Explore our guide to EVs

Wondering how an electric vehicle differs from your petrol-powered transportation? We’ve broken down the different types of EV to give you a look at what makes them tick and shared what to consider before making the change. 

Find out more

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