World first “plug and charge” technology for electric vehicles introduced by Australia’s Tritium could see cars transform into more than just a mode of transport.
New research from Stanford university has demonstrated a promising new take on the lithium metal battery that could increase electric vehicle driving range.
CEFC backs Jet Charge push into smart home chargers and V2G, but energy minister dismisses calls for EV targets in policy to be handed down at year’s end.
ClimateWorks report says national EV strategy needed to cut transport emissions, and push for quieter, healthier and cleaner cities.
US healthcare giant Cigna makes $45m investment in Brisbane-based EV fast charger maker Tritium.
The NSW government triples its targets for government fleet EVs, will look to guarantee access to charging infrastructure in new buildings.
Sales of fossil fuel cars plunged again in Australia last month, but plug-in and hybrid sales increased, pointing to fundamental change in the market.
Do premium electric vehicles hold their value best? Data from Autotrader suggests yes, although there are some notable exceptions.
UK police department takes advantage of new electric vehicle fleet’s silent running to sneakily listen for wildlife poacher’s gunshots.
We may not have Vehicle to Grid (V2G) capacity yet, but the Hyundai Kona electric does offer a Vehicle to Tent (V2T) function.