August is National Science Week, and the AEVA is supporting the Hunter Valley EV Fest!
Visit http://www.hunterevfestival.net/ for more details!
With events happening throughout spring, including the EV Prize for schools and colleges, it's going to be a fun and informative day out!
AEVA Victorian Branch makes submission to the Victorian Senate inquiry on electric vehicles.
The Victorian Parliament’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee has commenced an inquiry into electric vehicles with a call for public submissions. The inquiry will conclude in mid to late 2018
The AEVA recently contributed to the Productivity Commission (PC) discussion paper titled "Increasing Australia's Future Prosperity".
ClimateWorks Australia recently compiled a document outlining how electric vehicles (EVs) were tracking in Australia, and what we might do to encourage a more rapid transition to electrified mobility.
Online classifieds website Gumtree recently asked the AEVA to contribute to an article serving as a 'buyers guide' for shoppers looking to buy a new or used electric vehicle. The comprehensive article and links can be found here:
The Brisbane branch of the AEVA made an appearance at the 2015 Byron Bay Solar Revolution Symposium, showcasing many of the electric car and motorcycle options available in Australia today. The Symposium was held on the 21st of March and included seminars and discussions on community owned renewable energy generation.
Go-Electric -Sustainable Transport Festival Sunday 26th October.
An Australian made electric supercar rewrote a bit of racing history at Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn, by being the first electric Supersport vehicle to compete in a race against equivalent petrol powered cars, and win both races. Not enough?