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Charging Your Electric Car in Public

Electric cars are the biggest change in the automotive industry in 100 years. A fundamental shift from internal combustion to battery powered vehicles. Whether you’ve own an electric car or you’re dipping your toes in the water it’s important to understand how to access and use public EV charging stations ...
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Commercial EV Charging Trends in Europe and Australia

Unlike internal-combustion engine vehicles, which generally only refuel at service stations, EVs can recharge at multiple locations. E.g. residential charging stations, commercial charging stations. Residential charging will depend on whether EV owners have suitable facilities to park and charge their car and on driving habits. People do not only use ...
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EVSE Australia powers up Queensland Electric Vehicles with EO Chargers

EVSE Australia is excited to be partnering with the Queensland Government, RACQ and Intrust Energy solutions to deliver an Australian-first pilot project to install the devices at six popular Far North Queensland tourist destinations. EVSE Australia will be helping to power Far North Queensland Electric Vehicle drivers with a network ...
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EV Charging Network in Victoria

Rapid EV Charging Network in Victoria

As more car manufacturers introduce their range of electric vehicles and battery technologies proving their reliability over the years, people are more confident than ever in switching to electric vehicles as their daily driver. However, comparing to other countries, the uptake of electric vehicles in Australia is still very negligible; ...
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EV Chargers in NSW

Future Transport for EV Chargers in NSW- A breakdown of the Policy

The NSW government is supporting households and communities with transport choices that shape a competitive, clean future for in the waratah state. NSW needs to take full advantage of this opportunity through a 40-year strategy of technology-driven services. This Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Plan is focussed on Vehicle availability NSW ...
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EVSE Australia makes history by powering up Australia’s first Electric Vehicle Tourist Drive in North Queensland

Earlier this month EVSE Australia made history by installing 12 Single Phase AC Charging stations across six of North Queensland’s most popular tourist locations to create Australia’s first Electric Vehicle Tourist drive. The 500-km tropical North Queensland Electric Vehicle drive will feature twelve electric vehicle charging stations at: Paronella Park ...
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EV Charging in Sydney

EV Charging in Sydney- Where to go for a Charge

Currently, Sydney has 187 publically available electric car charging stations. From this we see there are a further 3 DC Superchargers in operation (2 are Tesla specific and 1 CCS / CHAdeMO). The 3 largest electric car charging station networks currently in operation are: Chargepoint - AC Charging stations found ...
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The Electric Vehicle Revolution

Disrupt the system; this is a motto that has been fuelling those invested in the creation of the electric car. With technology rapidly growing in all areas, the electric vehicle may have faced the most barriers with coming to existence, with the competition of the traditional petrol fuelled vehicles but ...
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Porsche’s answer to Tesla Model S Performance

After years of build-up, Porsche has finally introduced their first EV, Taycan. Porsche has positioned the Taycan such that it’s head to head with the Tesla model S Range: 450 The thing that draws everybody’s attention is the acceleration Porsche claims that the Taycan can repeat that performance continuously without ...
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V2G- Vehicle to Grid – The Future or Expensive Failure?

The majority of EV’s spend around 23 hours of the day stationery. What if we could use this time for temporary stationary storage? What if the energy stored in your vehicle battery could be returned to the power grid at times of increased energy demand? What if you could supply ...
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