From Cradle Mountain to Derby, and Strahan to George Town, electric vehicle travel across all of Tasmania will be possible once the latest round of public electric vehicle fast chargers are installed.
There are 20 new fast chargers to be installed under the state government's ChargeSmart Fast Charging Program, which sees grants of between $20,000 to $50,000 delivered to councils or electric charger companies.
Seven of these new direct current chargers (DC) will be in the North West and West Coast, three in the North and three on the East Coast.
A further 20 new alternative current chargers (AC) will be installed, which includes 13 across North and North West Tasmania.
Electric Highway Tasmania managing director Clive Attwater said Tasmania would have the best charging network in Australia once the latest round of chargers were installed.
The company received 10 out of the 20 fast charging DC grants in the latest ChargeSmart round.
"We have already got very good coverage in Tasmania. This will give us excellent coverage. It will be really easy to go anywhere," Mr Attwater said.
He said the new chargers should be installed by 2023.
The grants of up to $2,500 handed out for AC chargers will allow councils to charge, and tourism and accommodation businesses to offer charging ports to guests.
In Launceston these chargers chargers will be located at Cataract Gorge, Lilydale Memorial Hall, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Riverbend Park, Arlington Hotel, the University of Tasmania campus at Invermay, and also the Pier Hotel in George Town.
On the North West these chargers will be found at The Truffledore, at Lower Barrington and the Marine Terrace Car Park and the the University of Tasmania in Burnie, and one at the Zeehan Bush Camp, in Zeehan.
The first ChargeSmart program installed 14 fast chargers, including seven across the North and North West, including Launceston, Scottsdale, St Helens, Westbury, Devonport, Burnie and Queenstown, and 23 AC destination chargers.
There are a total of 136 electric charger locations in Tasmania.
Electric Highway Tasmania, Cradle Mountain: $40,000
Electric Highway Tasmania,Smithton: $50,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Waratah: $20,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Tullah $25,000
Energy ROI, Strahan: $50,000
Kentish Council, Sheffield: $20,000
University of Tasmania, Burnie: $50,000
Dorset Council, Derby: $25,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Exeter: $50,000
Energy ROI, George Town: $32,500
Electric Highway Tasmania, Triabunna: $20,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Fingal: $25,000
Electrona Pty Ltd, Bicheno: $50,000
Central Highlands Tasmania, Miena: $50,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Dunalley: $45,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Ouse: $20,000
Huon Valley Council, Cygnet: $30,000
Southern Midlands Council, Oatlands: $45,000
Westminster 1257 Pty Ltd, Bruny Island: $38,000
Electric Highway Tasmania, Maydena: $25,000
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