Lifecycle electric vehicle emissions – are they really lower than petrol and diesel cars?
Magnis reports promising results indicating major step towards goal for “extra-fast charging” electric vehicle battery that can charge in just six minutes.
Federal Coalition could try to regain credibility with an EV strategy, and its failure to do so is probably the single dumbest thing it has done.
A 120kWh energy storage system made up of nine used Nissan Leaf electric vehicle batteries is set to be trialed on a remote regional grid in New Zealand.
Tesla has delivered the refreshed Model 3 design and accessories in Australia – moving beyond chrome, and delivering increased range along with other new features.
Ultra-fast charging network provider Evie Networks drops time-based charging, but lifts the kWh charge at its network of charging stations.
Reports emerge that Japan may ban all new petrol and diesel sales by 2035, leaving Australia with nothing to do but fall in line, or bury its head in the petrol tank.
University of Queensland research into effect of taxing electric vehicles finds without introducing buying incentives will slash sales by 25% and increase emissions by 40%.
Victoria’s new electric vehicle tax means the cost of running a second-hand Nissan Leaf is less than a luxury hybrid. This is not a tax on millionaires, it’s an assault on good sense.
Norway’s EV revolution is massive, but what more needs to be done to cut transport emissions?