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Australian EV Charging Company Opens Netherlands Headquarters

Electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure solutions developer, Tritium, has opened its European headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, to support the global growth of its fast-charging solutions.

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Toyota Brings Mirai to Australia

Toyota did not provide a timetable for when the Mirai would hit the market in Australia, but a smaller, cheaper version of the car is rumored to be released in 2019.

Renault Introducing Two EVs for Australian Fleets

Renault Australia will import two pure electric models to the country which will be sold directly to business and governmental organizations.

South Australia Pushes for Autonomous EV Shuttle Bus

Navya and the South Australian government are working together on the development of completely autonomous, all-electric shuttle buses in the region.

Queensland Building 1,242-Mile EV Highway

The state of Queensland in Australia is preparing to implement one of the world’s longest electric vehicle highways.

Australia's Proposed Carbon Tax May Increase Vehicle Costs

The federal government of Australia has proposed implementing carbon-emission rules which may increase the price of country’s most popular cars by an estimated approximate of $4,000.

Lessons Learned From Great Fleet Managers

There is a difference between a well-managed fleet and a best-in-class fleet. A “best-in-class fleet” is one that represents the top-tier performance level in its specific industry segment.

State of the Australian Commercial Fleet Market in CY-2016

Procurement, as elsewhere in the world, has gained increased influence in fleet purchase decisions in Australia. One byproduct has been the growing trend to sole-source from a single OEM. Although acquisition costs are a key factor, fleet application, fuel economy, CO2 emissions, safety, and overall TCO continue to play important roles in the purchase decision-making process.

Australia Establishes 'Electric Highway'

Seven city councils in West Australia have financed 12 charging stations between Perth and Augusta to create the country’s first “Electric Highway,” according to Circontrol.

Why Element Wants to Buy the Fleet Businesses of GE Capital

Element Financial Corp. has reached a definitive agreement to buy GE Capital's fleet assets in the U.S., Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand. Separately, Arval will acquire the European portion of GE's fleet business.