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AEVA WA June Meeting at UWA this Tuesday 7pm

  Hello [firstname], We will be holding our June meeting at UWA this Tuesday, the 14th of June at 6:30pm for 7pm in the Billings Room.  On the agenda will be Jon Edwards, giving a presentation on the Sydney to Perth marathon, TOCEVA Green Theme will be traveling 5700km on 50% gravel roads from 28 October to the 6 Nov in Sydney. There will also some more exciting news about DC charging in the Great Southern. Zoom invite: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81700226843?pwd=NkZReUo0RTY3MFE1ZldMMWVvOElHdz09 Regards Ant Day Chair/Secretary   www.aeva.asn.au Antony Day Chair/Secretary, WA Branch, Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) Email: secretary@wa.aeva.asn.au   Having trouble viewing this newsletter? View the web version here. Want to unsubscribe from this newsletter? Click Here


The road to Zero Emissions Transportation is Clear!

The main message from the results of our Federal elections is that action on climate change and the road to get there is front and centre in most electorates. This is across party lines with the Teal candidates punishing recalcitrant policymakers in the outgoing government that ignored the elephant in the room for too long and the Greens making ground on the other side of the political spectrum. For too long transport and the adoption of electric vehicles have been left in the too hard basket. But what is the blueprint to make the adoption of electric vehicles ubiquitous?


Press Release - Australian Electric Vehicle Association Brings 2022 Electric Vehicle Conference and Exhibition to Canberra

The 2022 AEVA Conference and Exhibition will be held at Exhibition Park in Canberra from Friday 5 August.


Where is the charge port on that car?

Where is the charge port on that car?

Are you getting ready to install a power point or charging unit in your garage or carport, in preparation for getting an EV? Or are you planning to offer public charging, and want to know how to arrange your site? Here is where the charge ports are located on vehicles currently (or soon to be) available in Australia.


[firstname] [lastname] Nullarbor Gap charging convoy send off - Sunday 09 January

  Hello [firstname], As part of the Nullabor Charging gap project, please come for the send-off on Sunday 9th January, and consider whether you would like to join the convoy to Caiguna arriving there 15/16 January. All are welcome! Temporary DC chargers will be installed in Southern Cross and Norseman, and permanent ones at Balladonia or Fraser Ranges and Madura Oasis. On Sunday 9/1/22 the BiØfil destined for Caiguna (plus the plug-in DC chargers for locations on the way) will be sent-off with a 72 EV salute.   This is the number of carparking spots at @Jon8 Electrons Green Theme’s workshop at 103, Garling Street, O'Connor. 10:00 to 11:00 with a coffee van on the street (hopefully no room in the parking spots).   Jon's workshop with all his charging assets will be open for inspection. On 15/1/22 and 16/1/22 …


[firstname] [lastname] Nullarbor Gap charging convoy send off - Sunday 09 January

  Hello [firstname], As part of the Nullabor Charging gap project, please come for the send-off on Sunday 9th January, and consider whether you would like to join the convoy to Caiguna arriving there 15/16 January. All are welcome! Temporary DC chargers will be installed in Southern Cross and Norseman, and permanent ones at Balladonia or Fraser Ranges and Madura Oasis. On Sunday 9/1/22 the BiØfil destined for Caiguna (plus the plug-in DC chargers for locations on the way) will be sent-off with a 72 EV salute.   This is the number of carparking spots at @Jon8 Electrons Green Theme’s workshop at 103, Garling Street, O'Connor. 10:00 to 11:00 with a coffee van on the street (hopefully no room in the parking spots).   Jon's workshop with all his charging assets will be open for inspection. On 15/1/22 and 16/1/22 …


Five plug-in hybrids compared

At the AEVA ACT meeting on 18 October 2021, a panel discussed their experiences with five plug-in hybrids: A Hyundai Ioniq PHEV, a Holden Volt, a Mitsubishi Outlander, a BMW 330e and a Prius Prime.


AEVA WA Branch Meeting (and newsletter)

Dear [firstname], Firstly, sorry about the short notice, but we'll be holding a fairly casual meeting at the Curtin University Physical Sciences building (building 301) tomorrow night (Tuesday the 14th of September) from 6 pm.  Several of us on the committee have been busy, elsewhere, or otherwise unable to plan our monthly meeting, so we're very sorry about that!  Also, there is a national branch chair's meeting using Zoom at the same time as our meeting, so the Zoom simulcast won't be operational as per usual.  That said, Curtin University doesn't have the same audiovisual package that UWA's Billings room does, so it wouldn't be as nice anyway.  So, we'd like to get the formalities normally covered at a meeting in this newsletter, and save the best part for the meetup; hanging around, drinking tea and shooting the breeze about …