Earlier this year too much fanfare, Mercedes Benz released to the market their first all-electric vehicle the EQC blending together the best elements of their vehicles built on the mid-sized GLC SUV platform. This is an important move for the German Auto manufacturer as the rest of the vehicle industry begins to electrify their fleets, with Mercedes Benz starting down the barrel of being caught behind the curve. Mercedes Benz wants 50% of all of their sales to come from pure electric vehicles (EVs) or plug in hybrid electric (PHEV) vehicles by 2030, a target which is realistic but not overly ambitious.Read More
The highly anticipated Kia e-Niro is set to hit Australia’s shores in early 2020, and will be a stiff competitor to the popular Hyundai Kona Electric and Nissan Leaf.
Already having sold over 200,000 of the Kia Niro variants worldwide, Aussie EV drivers are chomping at the bits to get their hands on this handy SUV. The Kia Niro EV will be equipped with a 64kW battery pack, which can providing a driving range of 485km on a single charge or 615km on an urban loop where its waste-energy capturing system is most active.Read More
Putting 40 electric vehicle chargers in one Sydney apartment development will establish a record for the largest single site apartment installation of such chargers.This highlights the shift which is occuring in the Australian market as mainstream acceptance that the transition to electric vehicles is already well underway. Property developers are already feeling the demand from customers for more energy efficient and amenity filled locales, understanding that an EV ready apartment can attract a significant premium over one without this feature. In addition it is much easier and cost effective to have the EV charging infrastructure built into the new development rather than try and retrofit the apartment block in the future.Read More
Electric Vehicles (EVs) will be the future of transport all over the world. However, questions about these loads have been rising in recent years, especially regarding the power needed to charge these vehicles and the demand that these will place on the Australian electrical grid.
Power capacity needed for an EV charging system is the biggest obstacle preventing the development of EV charging industry. What a standard EV charger will do is simply draw power from the grid and charge the EV’s battery at a full load until it is full. This might result in a huge impact on the existing Australian electrical infrastructure if the number of operating ev chargers is enormous.
At Commercial Properties, charging multiple Electric Vehicles at their maximum power for a long period places a heavy burden on the electrical infrastructure (and the wallet of the property owner). Moreover, this system may require an upgrade of the electrical system in the building which becomes very expensive and therefore prohibitive to many customers. This is where EVSE Load Management has been created to solve this problem.Read More
EVSE is famous for the Tesla Home Charger to provide convenience that suits your lifestyle. There is a diverse range of products which EVSE offers and they are salient to your requirements. Electric cars are the way of the future and EVSA are pursuing this in leaps and bounds. The products come with a quality guarantee, express shipping, secure payments and efficient supply and installation for your needs.
Your EV charger can be universal or hardwired you can choose the most appropriate EV charger for you. In positive news, German Automakers are swinging towards electric SUVs however it is hard to beat the Tesla Home Charger which is evolutionary and available now for you to assess your needs and contribute to the modern society vehicle usage. Tesla Home Chargers are available for a variety of vehicle types that are electric in form and this will only progress as electric vehicles
become more common.
For those new to electric vehicles it can be confusuing to understand what your options are for EV charging at home. In this blog post we break down how vehicles charge, what your charging options are, and how to best get the right EV charging solution installed in your home. Our aim at EVSE is to Charge Faster and Driver further.Read More
Next time you are jetting off on you’re next business trip or holiday, be sure to drop into the Park on King airport parking center in order to ensure you’re electric vehicle is fully charged for your journey home.
Park on King is a full-service Airport Parking station located just minutes from Sydney Airport, providing customers with a cost-effective parking solution for travelers when compared with the prices paid at the Domestic and International parking terminals located at Sydney Airport.Read More
When the gasoline engine was first invented in the latter half of the nineteenth century I doubt those early inventors and adopters realized just how much it would shape our world. However, around a century and a half later the effects of this creation could not be more painfully obvious. Automobiles have become the standard mode of transportation of much of the modern world. It is estimated that there are over a billion cars on the road today. While the prominence of cars has revolutionized transportation, it has also had a major impact on our environment. With automobiles spewing billions of tons of carbon into the atmosphere per year it is clear that this model is not sustainable. However, people still need to get around so something has to come in to replace the automobile. The development of electric powered cars has been a major step in the right direction but some practical issues seem to keep popping up. One of these is the inability to find an electric charging station in many locations. However here in Australia there is a company making it easier to get a high-quality electric charging station installed. That company is EVSE and we are here to provide for all your electric vehicle charging station needs!Read More
Canterbury Bankstown City Council has recently finalized the installation of 5 new single-phase EO Genius Charging stations as they begin steps to electrify their fleet vehicles.Read More
2018 saw some good support for Electric vehicles continue to grow, with more and more publicity and awareness helping to stimulate investment in public charging infrastructure across local councils, state government and private organizations. The records will likely show that electric car sales in Australia were largely in line with previous years, with the total number of electric vehicles creeping up closer to the 10,000 mark, although still remain only a tiny segment of the overall automotive market. So will 2019 be the year where the tide turns for electric vehicles and will the growth of electric car charging stations in Australia continue?Read More