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Energy management and automation leader Schneider Electric has unveiled the EVlink Pro DC 180 kW, a cutting-edge fast charging station aimed at bolstering energy efficiency and minimising electrical costs.
A fresh injection of $3 million from the Australian Government is set to drive advancements in the nation's electric vehicle sector, paving the way for trucks and buses to charge wirelessly while on the move along highways.
Sydney's electric vehicle (EV) drivers now have increased on-street charging opportunities, with nine low-impact plug-in points strategically placed for the convenience of residents and visitors, as announced in a media release by the City of Sydney and Ausgrid.
Ampol has ventured into an industry-first partnership with SEA Electric to deliver seamless EV charging options to key parts of the transport sector.
Researchers from the UNSW Science School of Chemistry have developed a new technique for creating tiny 3D materials that could potentially help make cheaper and more sustainable fuel cells like hydrogen batteries.
New research from Deakin University has uncovered a mechanism inside lithium-metal batteries that could prevent battery degradation and open new possibilities for next-generation electric vehicle batteries.
Tritium DCFC, a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle chargers, was selected to equip a new West Australian EV highway with fast charging infrastructure.
The Victorian Government is providing funding for six projects to fast-track the renewable hydrogen industry in Victoria. The funding was awarded through the Government's Renewable Hydrogen...
Media Release On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced $24.55 million in funding to five applicants across...
Fast-charger company Tritium has partnered with UK’s Peel NRE, the energy arm of Peel L&P, to install the first DC rapid charger at Straiton...
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