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ACT to add hydrogen fleet

ACT to add hydrogen fleet

The ACT' Government's commitment to renewable technology has extended to the automotive sector, with the Government signing up to purchase a fleet of 20 hydrogen powered cars. Chi ...

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$10m Kiwi fund for EVs

$10m Kiwi fund for EVs

The NZ Government has announced NZ$4 million first round funding to accelerate the uptake of Electric Vehicles in the country. Transport and Energy and Resources Minister Simon Br ...

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Kiwi wireless car charger looking good

Kiwi wireless car charger looking good

A wireless car charging system created by a team at the University of Auckland has been licensed to US technology giant Qualcomm and a leading auto supply manufacturer. Qualcomm i ...

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“All you can eat” offer for EVs

“All you can eat” offer for EVs

AGL Energy's retail arm is offering customers unlimited charging of electric vehicles for $1 a day from November. In a significant boost to the flagging momentum for EVs in Austal ...

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NZ Post gets new EVs

NZ Post gets new EVs

The first 50 of 500 new electric delivery vehicles destined for NZ Post have arrived in New Zealand and will soon start delivering mail on Auckland's North Shore. NZ Post has cont ...

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NZ sets EV target, Australia does nothing

NZ sets EV target, Australia does nothing

New Zealand has shown that it is streets ahead of Australia in terms of its electric vehicles (EV) policy, with the NZ Government announcing a new Electric Vehicles Partnership Pr ...

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Cactus-like membrane is breakthrough for EVs

Cactus-like membrane is breakthrough for EVs

Researchers at the CSIRO have emulated the function of a cactus membrane to develop technology which could revolutionise the electric vehicle industry. The CSIRO scientists, worki ...

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ACT Govt looks at EV charging

ACT Govt looks at EV charging

The ACT Government is talking with commercial firms about the installation of electric car recharging stations to give people greater confidence to purchase electric vehicles. Env ...

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Teams prepare for Solar Challenge

Teams prepare for Solar Challenge

Dozens of teams from around the world have converged on Darwin for the bi-annual Solar Challenge race for solar vehicles, which begins this Sunday. The 3000 kilometre race, betwee ...

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Driverless car legislation in SA

Driverless car legislation in SA

The South Australian Government has announced legislation to allow the testing of driverless cars on state roads in a bid to attract companies to set up in the capital Adelaide. T ...

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