Evie Networks and Red Rooster bring ultrafast EV charging to the NT

Evie Networks has opened its first site at Red Rooster Marrara in Darwin, making it the fastest public electric vehicle (EV) site in the Northern Territory. 

A first for the territory, the site is home to two 50kW DC fast chargers and marks Evie Networks’ second collaboration with Red Rooster after opening a charging location at Red Rooster Vermon in Victoria last year. 

Chris Mills, CEO of Evie Networks, said he’s committed to bringing sustainable charging solutions to customers in every part of the country.  

“The partnership with Red Rooster was formed due to a shared focus on the local community, quality customer experience, and recognising how we can both make a sustainable difference. 

“We are committed to delivering accessible, everyday charging solutions to our customers and are excited to share that the Red Rooster Marrara site means Evie Networks officially has a presence in every state and territory in Australia,” he said. 

Simon Thompson, Chief Development Officer at Red Rooster/Craveable Brands, said the partnership with Evie Networks is one that he sees continuing and expanding.

“Our partnership with Evie is really starting to build momentum and I’m confident the success of this second site in Marrara NT will unlock a network of chicken and charging across the country- leveraging our A-grade network locations, with Evie’s passion and expertise. 

“We’ve been very humbled by the unconditional support of our long standing landlord Meredith Koch who showed no hesitation in supporting this great initiative. Also, a big thank you to our franchisees at Marrara for supporting this initiative – combined with the recent restaurant refurbishment this will give our customers even more reasons to pop and recharge both the car and the hungry kids,” he said. 

To thank drivers for their support, Red Rooster Marrara is offering free regular size chips to customers who recharge at the Marrara site until March 1. 

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