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Category: Smart Transport

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Elon Musk's Boring tweets are breaking the internet

Elon Musk’s Boring tweets are breaking the internet

Moving on from the world’s biggest battery, Elon Musk broke the internet this week with Tweets about his new, new thing: The Boring Company.

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Big Oil just woke up to threat of rising electric car demand

Big Oil just woke up to threat of rising electric car demand

The world’s biggest oil producers are starting to take electric vehicles seriously as a long-term threat.

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Peer-to-peer electric vehicle charging network launched in Sydney

Peer-to-peer electric vehicle charging network launched in Sydney

Sydney start-up Everty launches P2P platform allowing electric vehicle owners to rent out their parking space, and home charger, to others.

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Porsche installs $900,000 Solar pylon & 1st high-power EV supercharger

Porsche installs $900,000 Solar pylon & 1st high-power EV supercharger

Porsche’s new corporate banner in its Berlin HQ is made up of 8,000 solar cells that will generate enough to meet energy needs of entire building.

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VW's I.D. to be cheaper than Model 3, plans super-fast charging network

VW’s I.D. to be cheaper than Model 3, plans super-fast charging network

While VW pays off fines from diesel cheating scheme, it is also aiming to become the world’s leading electric car producer.

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What people just don't get about electric vehicles

What people just don’t get about electric vehicles

Germany’s election campaign shows we still have to get our heads around how fundamentally different electric vehicles will be.

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CEFC tips $150m into logistics park, to slash truck freight emissions

CEFC tips $150m into logistics park, to slash truck freight emissions

CEFC backs landmark NSW project to slash freight transport emissions by shifting containers from road to rail, and powering operations with renewable energy.

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Vehicle emissions standards: Why Australia needs them, and why they're NOT a carbon tax

Vehicle emissions standards: Why Australia needs them, and why they’re NOT a carbon tax

Light vehicle emissions standards is good public policy that will deliver savings for motorists and cut Australia’s carbon emissions. No Elvis comeback required.

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Musk bags first Model 3, as Australia implodes over car emission standards

Musk bags first Model 3, as Australia implodes over car emission standards

As Tesla prepares to deliver its potentially game-changing mass market EV, Australia goes into meltdown about the very idea of improving vehicle efficiency.

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If Volvo wanted to be revolutionary, it would drop diesel altogether

If Volvo wanted to be revolutionary, it would drop diesel altogether

Volvo Cars has been in the news recently in relation to their announcement this Wednesday on their decision to leave the internal combustion engine only based automotive industry.

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Tesla Powerpack to enable large scale sustainable energy to South Australia

Tesla Powerpack to enable large scale sustainable energy to South Australia

The Tesla Powerpack system will further transform the state’s movement towards renewable energy and see an advancement of a resilient and modern grid.