This week at an event in Tokyo, Nissan finally showed the world its much anticipated follow up to the original smash hit Nissan Leaf. Rather than go after the Tesla Model 3 Market, the Nissan Leaf is instead going after the entire compact car market with its bigger, stronger and more powerful offering. The second generation Nissan Leaf has been upgraded in everyway, including a larger battery pack and more powerful electric motor allowing the Nissan Leaf to offer greater performance and range than the older Nissan Leaf.Read More
One of EVSE’s all time favorite electric vehicles has just been updated, with BMW this week releasing information of its 2018 BMW i3 as well as the new version the BMW i3S. We are anticipating BMW’s launch of the new and always popular i3 and its sportier brother at the upcoming Frankfurt international motor show.Read More
Electric vehicle usage across the world is growing year on year. According to the International Energy Agency the number of electric vehicles on the road sky rocketed to 2 million after being essentially non-existent just a mere five years ago. In Australia the uptake of electric vehicles has been a little slower than what is occurring across Europe, United States and China.
At EVSE we see the following three things that need to happen to accelerate the uptake in Australia:Read More
Last week Elon Musk Finally launched the car which the world has been waiting for, the Tesla Model 3. This car is set to change the future of mobility, and was hands down the most important car launched this century.Read More
Australia is a world leader when it comes to Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems with over 16.5% of the nations households sporting these shiny panels on their roof. Given our high energy prices and home ownership, combined with great year round climate and government subsidies, Solar PV systems are fast becoming standard on many new and existing residential and commercial roof tops (EVSE Tip- Check this next time you fly in and out of Queensland).Read More
This is an exciting development, which highlights the progression of the EV market across Australia. As we have seen right across the world, Charging station infrastructure (EVSE) often precedes the uptake of EV’s as shopping centers, businesses and municipalities identify the growing trend and look to capitalize on the opportunity to provide more add on services and promote their green credentials.Read More
With the rapid uptake of Electric vehicles across Australia occurring, more and more EV Charging Stations in public, at work and at home will be needed to service the increased demand. An EV Charging station or Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE), is a electrical device which provides safe and efficient transmission of electricity from the local grid on a dedicated circuit to the electric vehicle. The electricity which travels through the EV Charger and charging cable improves safety through two way communication between the EV charging station and the EV, which waits to send power to the vehicle until its plugged in.Read More
Each and every day we talk to electric vehicle drivers across Australia and New Zealand who are confused about some of the terminology and jargon associated with EV’s. At EVE Australia we get that, after all its new technology and most people still don’t even know half the names of stuff in your standard petrol car!
So we thought we’d run through 5 terms every new and current EV driver in Australia should know.Read More
EVE Australia are excited about the range of Electric vehicles headed to Australia’s shores over the next two years. With increasing options at more affordable price points, we expect electric vehicle growth and electric vehicle charging infrastructure to develop significantly from 2018-2020.
Here are the top 5 most anticipated Electric vehicles we are looking forward to:Read More
Electric vehicle uptake is growing rapidly across Australia as all the major car manufactures begin releasing more affordable EV’s with ever increasing range. We will begin to see mass market EV’s arriving on our shores in the coming months including the much-anticipated Tesla Model 3, & Hyundai Ioniq as well as the next generation Nissan Leaf.Read More