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Electric Car Charger – Should you choose a Standard or Intelligent System?

EVSE Australia’s mission is to deliver electric car chargers across Australia. Allowing the transition to green energy is achievable through the provision of high quality, cost-effective and intelligent electric car chargers. No matter what you drive or where you live you will need access to an EV charger to experience ...
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Jaguar’s attempt to compete with Tesla Model S?

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) introduced their brand new Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) platform a while back. The idea of this platform is to accommodate for 3 different drivetrains; pure electric, plug-in hybrid, and mild-hybrid while retaining the same chassis. Such flexible architecture is more cost effective in the long run ...
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Nissan Leaf EV

Which electric vehicle can you get for under 60K?

The Korean car manufacturers have recently excelled in the Australian’s car market, standing out from the crowd with their affordable pricing while offering features that can only be found in the luxury car segment 2-3 years ago. With the world moving towards electric vehicles, Kia and Hyundai is one of ...
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Electric Vehicles

Why your fleet should convert to EVs

Whether it is a council with 5 cars or a company with 100 vans, is it feasible to convert them all to Electric Vehicles (EVs)? The automotive industry is going through the biggest evolution in 100 years. In the past 5 years, car manufacturers have been introducing more and more ...
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Jaguar I-Pace

What EV can you get for over 60K?

Electric vehicle is becoming more and more popular. With big brands like BMW, Mercedes and Audi leading the pack in the premium segment, it is evident that EV is inevitably the future ahead. If you’ve a bit of money to spare and premium electric vehicle is on your shopping list, ...
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Mini Cooper EV Charger

BMW’s fully electric Mini Cooper SE

Way back in 2008, long before the BMW i3 and i8 were on the road, BMW announced they will build a small fleet of vehicle all based on the Mini Cooper called the Mini E. The Mini E was unveiled at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show and made their ...
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Mazda has finally dipped their foot in the EV market!

Mazda just unveiled their first attempt at an electric vehicle under the skin of a CX-30. This is essentially a sneak peek of what’s to come when the production model launches in 2020 at the Tokyo Motor Show. Mazda has been very reluctant stepping into the EV game, but with ...
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EVSE Australia sets new record for largest single site EV Charger installation

New Single Site EV Charger Record set by EVSE Australia with 40 EV Chargers installed at Infinity Cove Putting 40 electric vehicle chargers in one Sydney apartment development will establish a record for the largest single site apartment installation of such chargers.This highlights the shift which is occuring in the ...
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At EVSE Australia we believe that a better future starts today

Our mission is to help power the future of Australia through clean, affordable and convenient Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. EVSE Australia have partnered with the World’s leading brands to bring the latest technology to your home or your business. We have a local team of expert technicians who can provide you ...
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Carlos Ghosn: Nissan will concentrate on mass market EVs

 Much of the press coverage about EVs these days concerns European automakers’ putative plans to produce luxury sedans and SUVs to compete with Tesla. However, the world’s leader in EV sales has other ideas. Asked by a journalist at the recent Tokyo Motor Show if Renault-Nissan planned to build a large ...
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