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Follow our implementation recommendations for setting up a public charging facility.
Before determining whether a site might be suitable for public electric vehicle charging infrastructure it is important to understand how you expect the charging station to be used.
There are factors that should be considered when assessing the suitability of potential charging stations site.
In some circumstances authorities should be engaged to consent the placement, layout, and safety of charging facilities.
When sourcing and installing a public charging station there specific considerations to take into account.
It is recommended that all charging stations, on private and public sites, use Transport Agency approved symbols, signs and road markings.
The charging station operator is responsible for ensuring users understand how to use the equipment safely, and that the equipment continues to be safe and relaible.
The NZ Transport Agency administers hundreds of kilometres of land alongside the state highway network, connecting major centres, tourist destinations and urban and rural communities.