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Tasmanian Branch

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The Tasmanian branch aims to represent the EV interests of individuals and businesses throughout the state.

Meeting dates are:  27/11/19 (Hobart), 29/1/20 (Devonport), 25/3/20 (Hobart), 20/5/20 (Launceston), 22/7/20 (AGM), 23/9/20, 25/11/20. 
Meetings are in Hobart unless otherwise indicated and we can accommodate Skype attendees.

For more information please contact our chairperson Penny Cocker: chair@tas.aeva.asn.au or our secretary Christopher Walkden: secretary@tas.aeva.asn.au
To join the AEVA, click on the membership tab above and fill in the details.  Once a member you'll get regular email updates.
To be put on our mailing list for non-members please send an email to: Discussion-request@tas.aeva.asn.au with the word "subscribe" in the subject field.

 

 

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