Mercury launches Electric Highway with global leader PlugShare

Thirty of New Zealand’s largest companies are committing to at least 30 per cent of their corporate fleets being electric vehicles by 2019. The initiative represents some 1,450 vehicles – a 75 per cent increase in the total number of EVs on New Zealand roads today.

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NZ major corporates commit to electric vehicle fleet expansion

Thirty of New Zealand’s largest companies are committing to at least 30 per cent of their corporate fleets being electric vehicles by 2019. The initiative represents some 1,450 vehicles – a 75 per cent increase in the total number of EVs on New Zealand roads today.

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International Drive Electric Week

Started in the United States in 2011 by Plug-In America as National Plug-In Day, the simple idea was to hold simultaneous events across the country on the same day. By popular demand it was expanded to an entire week (two weekends) of events and the name changed to...
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Many More Plugin Vehicle Models About to Reach New Zealand

David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says ‘the Motor Industry Association has completed a survey of manufacturer’s plans to import and distribute new models of electric vehicles (EV’s) and plugin hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV’s)...
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Govt driving the switch to electric vehicles

Transport Minister Simon Bridges today announced an ambitious and wide ranging package of measures to increase the uptake of electric vehicles in New Zealand. “It’s clear that electric vehicles are the future. A move from petrol and diesel to low emission transport is...
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Christina Bu, Secretary General of the Norwegian EV Association visits NZ

Christina’s visit in late March was highly successful. Our thanks to Business NZ for inviting Christina to attend the Asia Pacific Energy Leaders Summit, which enabled us to also have access to Christina following this event. Christina generated a huge amount of media...
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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.

Mercury launches Electric Highway with global leader PlugShare

Thirty of New Zealand’s largest companies are committing to at least 30 per cent of their corporate fleets being electric vehicles by 2019. The initiative represents some 1,450 vehicles – a 75 per cent increase in the total number of EVs on New Zealand roads today.

NZ major corporates commit to electric vehicle fleet expansion

Thirty of New Zealand’s largest companies are committing to at least 30 per cent of their corporate fleets being electric vehicles by 2019. The initiative represents some 1,450 vehicles – a 75 per cent increase in the total number of EVs on New Zealand roads today.

International Drive Electric Week

Started in the United States in 2011 by Plug-In America as National Plug-In Day, the simple idea was to hold simultaneous events across the country on the same day. By popular demand it was expanded to an entire week (two weekends) of events and the name changed to...

Many More Plugin Vehicle Models About to Reach New Zealand

David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says ‘the Motor Industry Association has completed a survey of manufacturer’s plans to import and distribute new models of electric vehicles (EV’s) and plugin hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV’s)...

Govt driving the switch to electric vehicles

Transport Minister Simon Bridges today announced an ambitious and wide ranging package of measures to increase the uptake of electric vehicles in New Zealand. “It’s clear that electric vehicles are the future. A move from petrol and diesel to low emission transport is...

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