View our National Webinar, recorded on the 23rd of August. James Westcott from the Future Batteries Industries Cooperative Research Centre speaks about battery repair, re-purposing and recycling, and closing the circular economy on battery technology. ...jump to this story
All electric vehicles manufactured after January 1st 2019 are required to wear a blue triangle metal EV label on each licence plate. Sometimes they come with a new car, sometimes they don't. The AEVA encourages all EV owners to fit these labels, whether your vehicle is new or not.
You can now purchase these from AEVA, follow the link to order yours! ...jump to this story
The Global EV Drivers' Alliance is calling on leaders from our respective countries to commit to making all new vehicles electric by 2030. The public are encouraged to sign the declaration which will be presented to delegates, to show support for rapidly decarbonising the global transport sector.
John Hewson writes: "We desperately need a government-led overarching EV transition strategy that focuses on both the demand and supply side of the issue, including the need to develop essential infrastructure. The Morrison government has made it clear that it will not offer any assistance to purchase an EV. Compare this with the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Britain and Japan, which each have incentives worth about $10,000 for EV purchases".
Join the association which has been promoting electric mobility since 1973. Membership gives you access to our newsletters, special offers, free entry to events, and lets you play a role in the governance of our association.
Not on Facebook? Good move. You can browse our AEVA National Facebook page here without joining. Some state branches also have their own Facebook groups; check out the branch page (links above) for details.