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Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round
14 February 2022

Announcement – JET Charge series B funding round

The JET Charge team once again have delivered big with a successful completion of their Series B funding round – rasing $25.5 Million. This wouldn’t have been possible without all the hard work, passion and dedication for the whole JET Charge team and amazing partners! Read the press release for all the details below.
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Australia gets its first EV production WITHOUT government support
14 May 2019

Australia gets its first EV production WITHOUT government support

Queensland startup ACE EV is set to sign an agreement to build electric vehicles in Adelaide from next year. The deal marks Australia’s first domestic manufacturing for EVs and comes in the absence of any state support. Is this the beginning of a new era for Aussie industry?

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Labor pledges EV industry development fund
10 May 2019

Labor pledges EV industry development fund

One week out from the federal election, Labor have announced plans to fund $57 million of electric vehicle research and production in Australia. The strategy will create an “Electric Vehicle Innovation Council”, introduce new safety standards for EV charging installations, and help develop emerging battery technologies.

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Are electric vehicles really a partisan issue?
12 April 2019

Are electric vehicles really a partisan issue?

Electric vehicles have exploded onto the political scene in recent weeks following Labor’s bold 50%-of-sales-by-2030 Federal election pledge. With the Coalition rapidly turning against them and Labor demanding adoption, we turn to international examples to answer the question: Are EVs really a partisan issue?

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Labor’s plan for Aussie EV sales: what we know
2 April 2019

Labor’s plan for Aussie EV sales: what we know

Labor has announced an election policy for EVs to make up 50% of all new car sales by 2030, so we’ve collected the news on this exciting development to answer: What exactly are they promising, and what does it mean for Australia?

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