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 (Burnie), 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: email@example.com or our secretary Christopher Walkden: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The AEVA has made several submissions to recent inquiries being held by governemnts around the country. Read them here.
EV News editions #235 and #236 are available for download! We normally host them on the Newsletters subsection, however for some reason we are having technical difficulties with that part of the website.
Our Victorian branch secretary and EV News editor, Bryce Gaton recently penned a summary of the state of EV policy in Australia:
AVASS are selling their fleet of zero emission electric buses, providing you with a rare opportunity to purchase THREE long-range, fully electric buses. AVASS are offering as a package:
2 x Matilda City Buses (A11 & A3)
1 x Augusta Touring Coach
1 x High Voltage Rapid Charger (Single Port)
1 x High Voltage Rapid Charger (Dual Port)
This meeting was held at Launceston College. We were able to unveil The Thing!
This is a motor driven by 24V, created by the Launceston Conversions group. Once tidied up a bit it will be displayed at shows etc., where patrons can pull the lever and make the motor spin.