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
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
Earlier this week EVSE installed and commissioned the first beachside electric car charging station in Scarborough beach. The EO Universal three phase 22kW electric car charging station will allow any electric car on the road to charge at up to 120km of range per hour, which will allow local residents and visitors to the area to fill their batteries whilst exploring one of Perth’s best beaches.Read More
In many parts of the world, entire countries and cities are beginning to look at phasing out, or completely banning the use of traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, in order to meet carbon and environmental targets. We have also seen most of the major car manufacturers begin to bring out several different all-electric and hybrid electric vehicles, some of which have made it to Australia, and others which will arrive on our shores in the coming years. Given the shift to electric vehicles in Australia is inevitable, the EVSE team wanted to break down the differences between the variations which exist in the market.Read More
In exciting news for the Australian Automotive Market, last week Jaguar Australia announced that the highly anticipated Tesla Model X challenger the Jaguar I-Pace EV will be headed down under by October 2018.Read More
Just last week we saw national headlines made as the U.K Billionaire Sanjeev Gupta, who saved the Whyalla steelworks from the abyss, announced an interest in purchasing some of the assets of the former Holden Manufacturing plant in Adelaide.
If the deal were to proceed, Mr. Gupta’s company GFG Alliance would look to manufacture electric vehicles in the Adelaide Manufacturing plant, which would represent a boon for local jobs and for the Australian electric vehicle industry as a whole.Read More
Electric Vehicles (EVs) provide consumers and society the opportunity to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions whilst at the same time providing some valuable cost savings opportunities. EV’s don’t produce the same amount of emissions as a regular petrol-powered internal combustion engine vehicle, and will naturally become greener as more and more renewable energy is added to the grid.Read More
Which is the best Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging station for me to install at my house? This is a question we get asked on a daily basis by new EV drivers or those considering the swap to an EV. Given the interest in EV’s being generated by existing models such a the Tesla Model S, BMW i3, Nissan Leaf as well as future models such as the Tesla Model 3, Hyundai Ioniq and Renault ZOE we thought the team at EVSE Australia could break down things to the most simplistic level to the two key questions:
In 2018, Hyundai Australia is looking to give the mass market electric vehicle segment a real shake-up by introducing the new Hyundai Ioniq regular petrol hybrid, plug in hybrid (PHEV) and fully electric (BEV) models across Australia. The introduction of affordable "real world" electric vehicles such as the Hyundai Ioniq which combines good pricing and range, was a key factor we identified to push electric vehicle adoption in Australia.
Interestingly, Hyundai Australia wants to bring all three of the versions of the Hyundai Ioniq, something the Australian market has not seen to date, giving Hyundai Ioniq a strong foothold in the green electric vehicle space. “We want all three, because we think we have a unique proposition in terms of setup, with three completely different experiences and drivetrains, in a conventional — in a positive, not a boring way — setup, not a science experiment,” said HMCA chief operating officer Scott Grant this week.Read More