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.
Emma Wynne found out just how practical and fun an electric bike can be!
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.
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.
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.
West Australian AEVA members Tim and Jenny Devereux share their experiences of the new Hyundai Kona EV - a great fit for country WA.
A 5 year retrospective analysis on the evolving renewable energy mix of the grid and its effect on EV emissions. Originally written to the 2012 National Greenhouse Emissions Factors tables and first printed in edition 120 of ReNew. Revised, updated and printed in ReNew edition 143 to reflect the 2017 National Greenhouse Emissions Factors tables.
Cobalt's dirty secret, and how manufacturers are trying to clean up their act. First published on TheDriven.io, November 22nd 2019. https://thedriven.io/2019/11/22/ev-manufacturers-begin-work-to-stop-child-and-environmental-exploitation/
Dear AEVA members and friends, In light of recent developments with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent public health crisis, please note the following: AEVA is advising all branches to cancel any ‘physical member meetings’ they have planned for the remainder of March and April. Consideration should be given to conducting ‘member meetings’ via video link as is already done in some states. The health and safety of our members is of paramount importance and all Branch Chair’s should ensure the AEVA in their region is following government guidelines. As you know the situation is moving rapidly and we are monitoring this situation closely and will communicate any changes to this decision with you as new information arises. If you have any questions, please contact one of the executive, or use the contact form on this site. Cheers Chris …
An introduction to the new AEVA website.