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Category: Smart Transport

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Image of the Day: Is this the best Tesla EV number-plate?

Image of the Day: Is this the best Tesla EV number-plate?

We think this is the best number-plate on a Tesla electric vehicle that we have seen to date.

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Tesla planning to open first service centre and store in Brisbane

Tesla planning to open first service centre and store in Brisbane

Tesla is planning to open its third service centre in Australia, combined with the first store for Queensland, both in Brisbane.

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A short history of electric vehicle evolution

A short history of electric vehicle evolution

Ted Dillard’s must read book about the history of electric motorcycles has captured a much wider and more profound story.

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How electric cars can help save the grid

How electric cars can help save the grid

Electric vehicles could help answer the question of how much renewable energy capacity to build, and how fast.

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No Beta version of Tesla Model 3, going directly to “early release candidate”

No Beta version of Tesla Model 3, going directly to “early release candidate”

Musk says no “Beta” version of the Tesla Model 3, and Tesla to begin driving early release candidate within week or two.

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Solar, driverless airport shuttle among SA grant winners

Solar, driverless airport shuttle among SA grant winners

Adelaide Airport’s solar powered, autonomous shuttle bus service one of seven successful applicants to SA Future Mobility Lab Fund.

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Peak oil? Sooner than you think

Peak oil? Sooner than you think

Once peak oil is finally reached – whenever that is – demand will begin to drop thereafter, perhaps precipitously.

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Tesla plans US$1 billion stock, bond offering to fund Model 3

Tesla plans US$1 billion stock, bond offering to fund Model 3

Tesla has filed to issue $US750 million in convertible notes, and another one million shares of stock in advance of its Model 3 roll-out.

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Tesla targets South Australia market, with new Adelaide store

Tesla targets South Australia market, with new Adelaide store

Tesla says increased interest in EVs and a renewables-committed state government make SA its next Australian target market.

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Tritium announces launch of US-based customer support network for its Veefil fast chargers for electric vehicles

Tritium announces launch of US-based customer support network for its Veefil fast chargers for electric vehicles

Global expansion and rapid sales growth lead to major recruiting program to establish local customer support network.

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Solar-powered everything

Solar-powered everything

One company’s mission to make every surface soak up the sun – from car parks, to food cars, jackets and army tents.