All TransNet e-Mobility products have been independently tested to comply with all New Zealand Requirements.

New Zealand is fairly lucky. EV and the charging infrastructure that goes with them have been available in other parts of the world for many years and although it’s still an emerging market, a lot of the standards and compliance requirements have already been developed.

Rest assured, we have scoured the world for the very best and most functional chargers and have settled on products out of Europe to offer here in New Zealand.

WorkSafe NZ has a comprehensive overview for charging infrastructure and its installation in New Zealand and we have worked very hard to ensure we have the most efficient products that easily comply with the document.

All TransNet e-Mobility products have a Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC). In addition to the international testing our products have undergone, we’ve also done extensive testing right here in New Zealand at Spectrum Laboratories.

A Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) is required for declared medium risk articles to be sold in New Zealand. These contain a description of the article and a statement that it complies with the required standard or other safety assurance.