Welcome to AEVA's EV Information Hub!


EV Fact Sheets

Learn about what models of EV are available in Australia with AEVA's informative and famous fact sheets

EV Specification Summaries
and Upcoming Models



Did you know that from July 1st 2023, EVs are exempt from Fringe Benefits Tax? Click here to learn more!



EV Charging Etiquette
(Prepared by ACT Branch)



AEVA Forums


EV Resources


Calculate your EV Savings! 

(You will need Microsoft Excel or similar to open this spreadsheet)


Bloomberg New Energy Finance compiled an EV fact sheet for the COP17 climate conference which lists all the latest (November 2022) facts and figures around electric vehicle production, statistics and trajectories. Download it here.



Can I get my EV serviced by any mechanic? A helpful guide.

EV Charging basics

Tim and Jenny love their Kona EV!

Thermal management of EV batteries - especially during charge!

EVetiquette: the essential guide

EV charging at home (with solar it's free!)

Plugshare; how to use it to full advantage

Charging a converted car in public




All you need to know about DIY EV conversions

EV conversion


EVs and the Environment

Cobalt sulphate is used in the production of Li-ion battery cathodes.

Electric Vehicles have enormous benefits for the environment, but as with all things, it's a little more complicated than at first glance.

Like any manufactured goods, they come with embedded emissions - the emissions associated with mining, preparing and constructing the vehicle before it rolls off the production line. 

We have curated a selection of articles on EVs and the significance of their role in improving air quality, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and stabilising our electricity grids.


What's better for the planet - buying a new EV or driving my diesel into the ground?
Short answer is the new EV.

Click here for a detailed spreadsheet

(You will need Microsoft Excel or similar to open this spreadsheet)



EVs and the Environment; a basic introduction to embedded emissions.

Australian National Greenhouse Gas Accounting methodology as applied to grid-charged EVs.

Cobalt - the Devil's metal?

Some thoughts on hydrogen (fuel cell) EVs.

Are PHEVs 'fake electrics'?