Electric vehicle selection set to take off

New electric vehicles will hit the market at a rapid pace over the next two years, not-for-profit group Drive Electric says. That is because the push towards electrifying the world’s vehicle fleet is gathering momentum, with many countries setting deadlines of between...
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New Zealand’s first truck conversion workshop opens in Auckland

Waste Management opens electric vehicle conversion workshop where diesel trucks are being turned into EVs for New Zealand streets. Auckland, 29 March 2018: Waste Management NZ today opened New Zealand’s first workshop dedicated to converting diesel trucks into...
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Trucks and buses going electric

Heavy vehicles are a huge part of the electric revolution, not-for-profit group Drive Electric says. On the international stage, major companies such as Tesla and Daimler AG are racing to develop electrified heavy-duty trucks, while other vehicles like buses are also...
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Top tips for safely charging an EV at home

Electric vehicle advocacy group Drive Electric is encouraging potential EV owners to find out if their properties are suitable for home-charging. Drive Electric board member Eric Pellicer says charging at home is the easiest way to power up an EV. “The good news is...
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EV ridesharing trial to Devonport ferry hits the mark

The introduction of an electric vehicle ridesharing trial between commuters’ homes and the Devonport ferry is being applauded by Drive Electric. The not-for profit group, which promotes the uptake and benefits of EVs in New Zealand, says Auckland Transport’s decision...
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Drive Electric supports NZTA’s EV move

The New Zealand Transport Agency’s decision to look at boosting its electric vehicle fleet and invest in charging infrastructure has been welcomed by Drive Electric. The not-for-profit group, which promotes the benefits of EV technology in New Zealand, congratulates...
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What’s on the horizon for electric transport?

When it comes to driving electric, changes are happening all the time – to prices, availability and technology of vehicles, and to the infrastructure that supports the movement here in New Zealand.

Electric vehicle selection set to take off

New electric vehicles will hit the market at a rapid pace over the next two years, not-for-profit group Drive Electric says. That is because the push towards electrifying the world’s vehicle fleet is gathering momentum, with many countries setting deadlines of between...

New Zealand’s first truck conversion workshop opens in Auckland

Waste Management opens electric vehicle conversion workshop where diesel trucks are being turned into EVs for New Zealand streets. Auckland, 29 March 2018: Waste Management NZ today opened New Zealand’s first workshop dedicated to converting diesel trucks into...

Trucks and buses going electric

Heavy vehicles are a huge part of the electric revolution, not-for-profit group Drive Electric says. On the international stage, major companies such as Tesla and Daimler AG are racing to develop electrified heavy-duty trucks, while other vehicles like buses are also...

Top tips for safely charging an EV at home

Electric vehicle advocacy group Drive Electric is encouraging potential EV owners to find out if their properties are suitable for home-charging. Drive Electric board member Eric Pellicer says charging at home is the easiest way to power up an EV. “The good news is...

EV ridesharing trial to Devonport ferry hits the mark

The introduction of an electric vehicle ridesharing trial between commuters’ homes and the Devonport ferry is being applauded by Drive Electric. The not-for profit group, which promotes the uptake and benefits of EVs in New Zealand, says Auckland Transport’s decision...

Drive Electric supports NZTA’s EV move

The New Zealand Transport Agency’s decision to look at boosting its electric vehicle fleet and invest in charging infrastructure has been welcomed by Drive Electric. The not-for-profit group, which promotes the benefits of EV technology in New Zealand, congratulates...

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