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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- 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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Volkswagen finally releases information on their all new Electric Vehicle the Volkswagen I.D

Exciting news has been released to the Electric Vehicle market of the Brand New All-Electric Volkswagen I.D which is the first electric vehicle to be produced on the all-new EV platform designed from the ground up by the Volkswagen engineering team. The Volkswagen I.D electric vehicle will roughly be the ...
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Everything you need to know about home charging

Finally received your brand-new EV, what now? EV Home Charger Whether you have a Tesla, Hyundai EV or a Nissan Leaf, they will all come with some form of accessories to allow the driver to charge the car.  So what do they offer and what are the differences? Nissan Leaf ...
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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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