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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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The Tesla Model S wins Best Car in the Carsales Car of The Year Awards 2015

Effortless torque makes the Model S very tame to drive, until the user stomps on the accelerator pedal. Then it's a rabid thing of voiceless fury.Thirteen categories; 12 outstanding cars.... But there is only one carsales Car of the Year – and the 2015 Carsales Car of the Year is ...
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Don’t wait for electric vehicle infrastructure, you (probably) don’t need it

 Don’t wait for electric vehicle infrastructure, you (probably) don’t need it When fewer than 10% of cars in Sydney travel more than 100 km, do we need charging infrastructure? Fast charging stations and battery swap stations are often proposed as being necessary infrastructure for electric cars. But do we need to wait for this ...
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10 Reasons to Own an Electric Car

10 Reasons to buy an Electric Vehicle   1: ELECTRIC CARS ARE COOL EV's are new technology that captures peoples imagination. They're almost completely silent, and deliver an instant torque sensation. Companies making electric cars are also putting a lot technology into their cars such a regenerative brakes and solar powered cooling systems.   2: ...
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Understanding your EV Charging options in Australia

The EV Charging set up can be confusing at the best of times, so here is a quick explanation of the three types of EV Chargers currently available in AustraliaLevel 1 Charging Level 1 charging is the technical jargon for plugging your car into an ordinary household outlet. For an average EV (Nissan ...
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Is the sun finally beginning to set on fossil fuels?

The global oil price has collapsed to all time lows at around $36 per barrell at time of writing. Booms and busts are part and parcel of a normal commodity cycle which in nature is cyclical, moving with the increases and decreaes in world economic growth. But many are now ...
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Breaking down the Nissan Leaf for Australia

The Nissan Leaf has been one of the best selling all electric vehicles in the Australian market and the best selling plug in car in the USA.With a range of up to 170km the Nissan Leaf is the perfect car for people based in capital cities such as Sydney, Melbourne ...
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Approximate Range & Price for the top 10 electric cars on the Australian market

EVE Australia has developed an approximate range and cost for the top 10 electric cars on the market and approximate cost1. Tesla Model S ($100,000)500 km2. Nissan Leaf ($40,000)170 km3. BMW i3 ($63,990)160 km or 300 km using petrol4. Kia Soul ($40,000)148 km5. Honda Fit ($40,000)132 km6. Holden Spark ($27,000) 132 ...
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