21 September 2018   

2 min read
Case study

We are delivering a $200,000 national rollout of Tesla Destination Chargers across up to 31 retail town centres from Cairns to Melbourne. Tesla owners can now charge their cars for free in our retail town centres, boosting convenience for customers while they shop, dine, or spend time with family and friends.

Louise Mason, Stockland Group Executive and CEO Commercial Property, said: “In the ever changing retail landscape, technology is increasingly critical to drive innovation, efficiency and engagement with our customers.

“We know electric vehicles are part of the future and we look forward to offering more features like this to meet continuing Australian demand.”

The Hon Craig Laundy MP joined the Stockland team to launch the initiative, and to charge up the first Tesla vehicle at Stockland Cammeray in Sydney.

Mr Laundy said it was great to see two companies with corporate philosophies that were committed to sustainability - in Tesla and Stockland - working together to expand low emissions technology.

The 43 Tesla Destination Chargers rolled out to date in 23 locations complements our 24 free ChargePoint facilities in 13 locations throughout Australia, which have been used more than 3,600 times by customers since 2015.

We are proud to be leading the sector by investing in both EV charging capacity and renewable energy, both of which are crucial to the future of our retail town centres and cities.