Bell Hub

Bell Hub

Bell Hub

Ultra-fast EV Charging Stations & Destination Facilities

Bell Hub


Bell is building a network of ultra-fast EV charging stations across Australia. The company will co-locate its charging stations with car washes. Bell’s initial focus will be on passenger and electric light commercial vehicles. The company’s sites will be located in metropolitan hubs, on main highways and arterial roads, interstate destination towns, and airports.

Here are some of the benefits of Bell’s EV charging network:

  • Convenience: Bell’s charging stations will be conveniently located in high-traffic areas, making it easy for EV drivers to find a charging station when they need it.
  • Speed: Bell’s charging stations will use Siemens Sicharge D advanced DC ultra-fast charging technology, which can charge EV batteries in a matter of minutes.
  • Sustainability: Bell’s charging stations will be powered by onsite solar and close proximity renewable energy.
  • Amenities: Bell’s charging stations will be co-located with car washes and other destination facilities like Cafe’s with Barista Coffee, Undercover charging for all weather conditions, Lit premises for night time charging, CCTV for Security, and Restrooms making it a one-stop shop for EV drivers.


We believe that Bell’s EV charging network will be a valuable asset to the Australian community. By providing convenient, fast, and sustainable charging options, Bell can help to make electric vehicles more accessible and encourage more people to make the switch to EVs.

AI-Driven Dynamic Pricing

Innovation is at the core of our mission to deliver sustainable and efficient services. To be released soon Bell Hub AI-Driven Dynamic Pricing System, a groundbreaking advancement that will transform customer interactions and enhance operational efficiency across our EV Charging Stations with Destination Facilities. This initiative highlights our dedication to the electric vehicle and car washing ecosystem, offering seamless and convenient experiences that elevate both convenience and sustainability for everyone.

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Smart Grid Integration & Data Analytics

Smart grid integration and data analytics are essential for optimizing the performance of an EV charging network. By collecting and analyzing data from charging stations, the grid, and renewable energy sources, we can better understand how the network is being used and identify opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

Here are some of the benefits of smart grid integration and data analytics:

  • Improved energy management: By predicting charging patterns and grid demand, we can ensure that the network is always operating at its most efficient level.
  • Cost optimization: By identifying opportunities to reduce energy consumption, we can lower the overall cost of operating the network.
  • Remote monitoring and maintenance: By remotely monitoring charging stations, we can identify and resolve problems quickly, ensuring high uptime and customer satisfaction.


Bell plans to use data analytics to improve the reliability of the charging network. By tracking the status of charging stations and identifying potential problems, Bell can take steps to prevent outages and keep the network running smoothly. This is essential for ensuring that EV drivers can always find a reliable place to charge their vehicles.

Electric Vehicle Adoption in Australia

Electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Australia has been growing rapidly in recent years. In 2022, EV sales in Australia more than doubled from the previous year, and the market is expected to continue to grow in the coming years.

There are a number of factors driving EV adoption in Australia. One is the increasing availability of EV models. As of August 2023, there are 91 electric vehicle (EV) models available in Australia. This includes both battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).

Another factor driving EV adoption is government incentives. The Australian government offers a number of financial incentives for EV buyers, including a federal rebate of up to $3,000 and state-based incentives that can add up to thousands of dollars more. These incentives make EVs more affordable for consumers, which is helping to boost sales.

EV sales in Australia for the first half of 2023

  • Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) accounted for a record 7.4% of total new vehicle sales in Australia over the first half of 2023, with over 43,000 EVs delivered.
  • This represents a four-fold increase in market share over just 12 months, from 1.8% in the first half of 2022.
  • The pace of adoption is speeding up with each quarter too. EV sales over the second quarter of the calendar year (25,752 units) were 48% higher than over the first quarter (17,399). This means the market share for EVs over Q2 was actually 8.2 per cent, compared with 6.5 per cent over Q1.