Charge from 100% clean energy or customise your preferred solar export / grid import energy mix. Don't have home solar yet? Our home EV chargers are solar ready if you install a PV system in the future.
Accurately track your electricity use with tailored pricing schedules that help optimise your charging routine. Get insights into the effectiveness of your solar diversion setup and trust that your EV charging costs are accurate.
Evolve chargers adjust your charging rate in real time to avoid overloading your home's electrical supply. This means you can use other power hungry appliances while safely maximising charging speed.
Up to 4x faster than a portable 3-pin wall charger, our home EV chargers are available in both 7.4kW single phase, and 22kW three phase.
For most homes, 7.4kW will provide ample charging speed, equivalent to approximately 40km of range per hour for most vehicles.
Not all vehicles support the maximum charging speed of 7.4kW or 22kW. Please see our article; How long will it take to charge my EV.
Enjoy smart charging features that help reduce your charging costs and can minimise your impact on the grid.
As our EV chargers are cloud connected they can be configured, serviced, and updated remotely. Using our included smartphone app you have the option to set and forget your charging settings and review your charging costs when needed.
Our EV home chargers include an LTE-M cellular connection at no cost to you. If cellular reception is not available in your area, you may use Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Please note that Evnex chargers require a network connection to operate.
Engineered from the ground up for local conditions, our NZ made EV chargers perform in a range of climates from the winters of Queenstown to the Australian outback.
You can charge with confidence knowing that if there’s ever a problem with your Evnex EV charger you can easily contact our local customer care team for assistance.
Our customer support line is open 12/7 and is complimented by a number of troubleshooting guides, recommendations, and documentation.
A tethered EV charger will only be compatible with vehicles that match its plug type, but can be more convenient as the cable is always attached. A socket (universal) EV charger allows for more flexibility, as the appropriate cable can be swapped depending on the vehicle being charged. Don’t forget however with a socket charger, there will be an additional expense of buying the cable to plug into it.
Charging your EV at home is the most cost-effective way to recharge. On a night rate electricity plan, you can expect to pay between $2.50 - $3.00 per 100 km.
Installing an Evnex home charger allows you to schedule your charging session to off-peak hours, reducing the cost of your charge, and the use of carbon intensive generation.
Our smart chargers come with additional benefits that protect your home from overloading, reduce carbon emissions and cost of your charging session, and allow to track charging costs. Our chargers connect to the internet via the cell network as standard, at no cost to you.
Most new EVs are supplied with a portable charger that plugs into a standard household plug. We recommend that homeowners do not rely on portable charging leads as their primary means of charging, especially if their vehicle has a larger battery pack. Standard home outlets are not designed for constant, high amperage loads, and can overheat in some situations.
You can find a full list of our registered NZ Made products on Evnex's Buy NZ profile.
This depends on many factors, including the maximum charging capability of the vehicle. As a rule of thumb, a 7.4kW single phase EV charger can delivery about 40km of range per hour. See our article on EV charging time.
Two or more electric vehicle households are starting to become common, charging both EVs at the same time is possible by installing multiple smart chargers. Evnex chargers communicate with each other and balance the electricity load between them.
Our chargers are compatible with all plug-in vehicle brands