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AEVA Victoria member update-Jun-2020

Announcement: online Victorian EV owners research forum, June 10th at 7pm. (Usual AEVA Vic. monthly meeting date and time). Hi all, I am pleased to announce that we are experimenting with a form of meeting this month! Our usual meeting time this month will be taken up with a research focus group for Victorian EV owners, run by a university research group on behalf of the Victorian Government. To join in the session - you will need to contact Hugo Temby (via the email link below) to get the Zoom meeting details. I will certainly be there to participate in and introduce the session - hoping as many of you too can join in to share your EV experiences and assist the Victorian Government  shape a practical EV rollout policy. By the way, Hugo has also kindly offered to assist …

"Hands off our cars, warmists!"

This is the second article in a six-part series dealing with policies to encourage EV uptake in Australia. This article deals with the unsuccessful attempt to introduce fuel efficiency standards in 2017, in order to reduce CO2 emissions from petrol and diesel cars.

Electric bikes - the ultimate hybrid!

Electric bikes - the ultimate hybrid!

Emma Wynne found out just how practical and fun an electric bike can be!

Some thoughts on fuel cell (hydrogen) vehicles

The author explains why he is sceptical of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) as the future mass market solution that battery EVs are already well on the way to becoming.

Thoughts on the 2019 Nissan Leaf

AEVA Member Dave Southgate offers some observations and reflections on the new Nissan Leaf. Dave is a long time Nissan Leaf owner who swapped over from the Gen 1 to the Gen 2 Leaf in August 2019.

AEVA at Agfest in the Cloud

Agfest has moved to the cloud, and AEVA Tas is there! We'll be giving online presentations during May.

Electric vehicles: the policies - and the politics

This is Part 1 in a series of six articles which will recount the author's personal experience during the past six years in engaging with policies to encourage the uptake of EVs in Australia. This first part deals largely with the Low Emission Vehicle Strategy of the ACT Government, released in 2014.

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  Hello [firstname], Welcome to the AEVA newsletter of upcoming events, articles, jobs and more from our membership. Events for Apr 21, 2020 to May 21, 2020   WA Branch Meeting The WA branch of the AEVA meet every second Tuesday of the month.  We host the meetings at one of two locations - Curtin University Physical Sciences Building, Bentley, or the University of Western Australia Electrical Engineering Building.   Meeting times are 7pm but it is advised to get there around 6:30pm as both venues have locked doors/lifts Contact Ant Day (0416345575) or Chris … [More Info]   AEVA Tas Meeting General meeting of the AEVA Tas branch.We discuss everything that we've done for the past two months, plus plan for upcoming events. [More Info] Australia | | Having trouble viewing this newsletter? View the web version here. Want to …

EV greenhouse emissions declining with greening of the grid

Now into its third iteration, this analysis is done 5-yearly. It was first developed in 2012 and published in edition 120 of ReNew magazine. (July-Sept 2012). Most recent version using the 2021 National Greenhouse Emissions Factors tables came out in ReNew edition 159. (Apr-Jun 2022).