EV uptake growing in Moreland

EV uptake growing in Moreland

Posted in Latest News//October 07, 2019

The popularity of electric vehicles in Moreland Victoria is growing, with a 60 per cent increase in the use of council’s charging stations since 2017.

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Ultra-fast electric vehicle charging network for Australia

Ultra-fast electric vehicle charging network for Australia

Posted in Latest News//July 03, 2019

US-based company EV Connect has announced it is joining Evie Networks, to build an ultra-fast highway charging network in Australia.

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Deakin expert outlines new approach to smarter vehicle use

Deakin expert outlines new approach to smarter vehicle use

Posted in Latest News//May 06, 2019

Deakin School of Engineering Professor Bernard Rolfe has highlighted Australia's need to take a more considered approach to vehicle use and design practices after his team was awarded a grant under the Federal Automotive Engineering Graduate Program in

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NSW vehicle charging infrastructure plan to encourage EV uptake

NSW vehicle charging infrastructure plan to encourage EV uptake

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 25, 2019

The ALC has welcomed details of the NSW Government’s plan for electric and hybrid vehicles, saying the rollout of reliable charging infrastructure will be essential to encourage the uptake of electric freight vehicles.

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Deputy PM opens ARRB’s new HQ

Deputy PM opens ARRB’s new HQ

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 10, 2018

Deputy PM Michael McCormack officially opened ARRB's new national headquarters – in front of more than 250 guests at Port Melbourne last week.

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TAS Govt tests programs to lower fleet emissions

TAS Govt tests programs to lower fleet emissions

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 24, 2018

The Tasmanian Government has commenced testing two Smarter Fleet Programs, aimed at reducing transport emissions and targeting heavy vehicles and electric vehicles in local government.

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