For all EV Charging where a User pays for the electricity that they consume:
The owner of a site with an embedded network usually buys energy from an energy retailer and then ‘on sells’ the energy to the different consumers at the site (i.e. payers of EV Charging). Businesses that sell energy in embedded networks are known as Exempt Sellers because they do not need to become authorised by the AER as energy retailers. However, they do normally need to hold a valid exemption from the AER and to follow certain rules. These rules are there to protect your rights.
As Electric vehicle charging facilities, however, are a deemed exemption category, therefore no application is required for this exemption. However, referring to the current version of the AER's Electricity NSP Registration Exemption Guideline for the wording of each specific condition of exemption.
Australian Energy Regulator, Electricity Network Service Provider - Registration Exemption Guideline, Version 6, March 2018 - https://www.aer.gov.au/system/files/AER%20electricity%20NSP%20Registration%20Exemption%20Guideline%20-%20Version%206%20-%201%20March%202018.pdf
Category NDO3: Electric vehicle charging stations within a private network (e.g., a privately owned charging station located in a public area, hotel, shopping centre, university, etc.)
Applicable conditions: 4.1 (except 4.1.8, 4.1.10 and 4.1.11), , 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, namely: