EV charging network launches OOH arm

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AUCKLAND, Today: NZ’s first free electric vehicle charging network, Jolt, has launched a digital out-of-home network – with long-term partner Mitre 10 (FCB).

Jolt improves charger accessibility for those considering owning an EV.

Already established in Australia, the network has given out over 162,000km of free energy – the equivalent of four trips around the surface of the earth.


“The network reaches an audience of people who are conscious, pioneering and engaged.”

Jolt NZ manager Chris Monaghan, says the advertising network provides an audience of people “who are conscious, pioneering and engaged”.

“As a premium roadside urban panel network, Jolt will offer inventory programmatically, delivering flexibility to audience-based buys. All our digital inventory are double sided 75 inch portraits using quality technology.

“Jolt has invested $100m into the NZ market to develop the network. We are currently also rolling out in Australia, the US, Canada, and UK.

“Jolt and Mitre 10 and will continue to develop the network across the country in Auckland and expanding to Wellington, Christchurch and the main provincial areas.”


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