In 2017 Westfield announced that they’d rolled out 40 EV charging stations at 10 locations. Let’s have a look at their charging network.
A representative from the NRMA discussed their plans for their EV fast charging network at an Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) meeting yesterday. I went along – and we now have a lot more detail about what they are up to.
The battery pack is the most expensive single component of an EV. So let’s have a look at some of the top ways you can ensure your EV’s range is maximised over the long term.
Charging at home is the most common way to make Electric Car ownership and charging fairly painless, turning your car charging into a behaviour like charging your laptop or phone – just plug it in overnight and get the charge you need by morning. This is my experience of getting a home charger installed.
One of the biggest difference between traditional cars and EV’s is how they refuel. We take a look at the state of EV charging in Australia and the future.
The RAC Electric Highway is an Australian Government backed initiative conceived and implemented by the Royal Automobile Club – or RAC – allowing for Fast Charging of EV’s on key routes in Western Australia. Here’s our guide.
Whether you own a Tesla or any other EV ChargePoint is a nationwide charging network that every potential Australian electric car user should know about.
The NRMA have announced they are making a significant investment in a NSW-centric electric car fast-charging network for their members, but with no charging locations or timeline for the rollout yet.
Setting up a semi-permanent solution for home charging my BMW i3 was pretty easy. Here’s a look at my simple (and cheap) EV charging setup.
BMW’s occasional use charger is included with every BMW i3 and allows you to charge the car, albeit slowly, from a regular wall socket. Here’s my take on the unit and how I use it.