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Network Tasman charge ahead with electric cars

Via: Nelson Live Network Tasman has set up charging stations for it’s new Nissan Leaf electric car and hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander. They are hoping to install more as other businesses invest in electric vehicles. Network Tasman Chief Executive, Wayne Mackey, says the... read more

Soon, street lights that charge electric cars

A new technology can allow electric vehicle (EV) drivers to charge their cars from street lights, researchers say. The innovative Light and Charge system by the BMW Group is being demonstrated in OxfordBSE 4.71 %, UK, and combines energy-efficient lighting with... read more

For a healthier and more prosperous future for all of New Zealand!


The founding purpose of Drive Electric is “to assist New Zealand to realise health, environmental and economic benefits via the accelerated and orderly market uptake of plug-in electric vehicles and associated infrastructure.”

Drive Electric will achieve its purpose through education campaigns and user experience events aimed at New Zealand businesses and the public. Alongside these activities, we will establish a working group between government and industry to create and promote a roadmap to ensure our purpose is achieved in a way that maximizes positive benefits for our members and New Zealand.

Membership Benefits


Listing on the Drive Electric website


Discounted attendance at events and conferences


Opportunities to speak at events and contribute to editorials


Opportunity for Work Stream participation to help shape the path forward


Access to professional advice from Drive Electric and our members


Industry networking and referrals

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Join Drive Electric now to:

– advance your knowledge about EVs and the opportunities they offer for you and your business
– extend your EV network
– help you make the switch to EVs in your fleet
– increase your opportunities in the growing EV industry in New Zealand.

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