Adelaide unveils latest zero-carbon strategy, to install 40 electric vehicle charging stations by end 2017 and subsidise installation of private EV charge points.
Tesla announces new self-driving software and hardware suite that it says will deliver a safety level “substantially greater than that of a human driver.”
Team arrow evaluating level of interest in its prototype ‘commercial’ solar car that it plans to road register by second half of 2017.
The Kramer experiment – flying through the air on sweet winding roads on our Zeros, and our 100% electric motorbike trip.
GM is set to take on Tesla with its Chevy Bolt electric car. Meanwhile, big developments in offshore wind and battery storage.
Amid all the talk about how much everyone loves driving their electric cars, is anyone saying what EV drivers miss most about petrol cars?
Good news for Tesla drivers, with CTO JB Straubel saying the company expects “10 maybe 15 year life at a minimum” from its EV batteries.
Online energy retailer Click Energy has launched an electricity plan targeting electric vehicle owners, offering lower electricity rates or higher solar feed-in tariff.
According to BNEF, used electric vehicle batteries will amount to 29 GWh by 2025.
Tesla’s safe yet sexy “family car”, the Model X SUV, has arrived in Australia, alongside news of a bigger battery pack and more ludicrous speeds.
Tesla confirms 100kWh battery pack available for Model X and Model S, offering more ludicrous 0-100km/h times at “obviously more expensive” price.