Across Australia, more and more drivers are considering the switch to an electric vehicle.

For many, it's because their car fuel costs could drop to as little as 2 take-away coffees a week.
Would you consider it?

Our electric vehicle calculator provides estimated calculations only. These are based on the kWh to KM x price of the specified electric vehicle contrasted against a 2017 Toyota Carolla's average fuel costs. Electricity price is based on the Origin Supply Rate for Citipower - 20.455c (29.645c inc. GST). The petrol price calcualtion is based on a $1.50 per litre pertrol price estimation. The electric vehicle power to kilometer ratio (kWh/100km) has been sourced from www.fueleconomy.gov and GreenVehicleGuide. Any actual savings will vary depending on your car model, fuel consumption, petrol costs and electricity consumption costs. Basic Plan Information Documents are available at our Pricing page.


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As one of Australia's leading energy companies, we're passionate about driving a smarter energy future. We're proud to support and drive innovation to provide a better energy future for the community and our planet.  

Let's electrify our energy future!

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At Origin, we’re all about delivering energy that’s good for today and even better for tomorrow.

We’re reducing our emissions, increasing our renewable power generation – and reducing our reliance on coal.

Because that's good energy.

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Check out our Electric Vehicle Buyers Guide to find some answers on common questions and queries about what to consider when choosing an electric car.

Electric vehicle FAQs

Most likely, yes. On average, Australians drive about 40km a day and all the EVs out in market can support this distance. Some Teslas can drive up to 600km on a single charge – you’d only need to charge once a week.

Sure can. Depending on what car you have, you may need to stop more than a few times. Look out for locations with the Supercharger rapid chargers - some can charge up to 80% of your battery within 30 minutes.

Plugshare tells you where chargers are available. It even gives you information about the amenities surrounding the charger so you can work out the best place to stop.

Plug your car into a normal household socket and you can charge about 30km of range in 4 hours. So if you charge overnight (most people do) you'll have a fully charged battery by morning.

The cost of charging depends on your contract with your energy retailer.

Absolutely! Car charging specialists like JET Charge can help you assess your home and work out the best equipment to fit your situation.

In Australia right now, Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Jaguar, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Landrover, Porsche, Renault, Tesla, and Volvo have EV models on the market.

For more info on the models available, check out the JET Charge guide.