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ACE EV launches electric van manufacturing in South Australia

> Read full publication here South Australia has taken another step towards the revival of auto manufacturing in the state with the official launch of Australian Clean Energy Electric Vehicle (ACE-EV) at the Tonsley innovation centre in Adelaide. The electric light commercial vehicle start-up, which in May inked a deal with Adelaide auto body builders […]

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EV ‘scare campaign’ – Storer – EV Talk

> Read full publication here   Electric ACE Cargo van launched An Australian assembled prototype electric van revealed in Sydney this month is claimed to revolu-tionise both transport and the automo-tive manufacturing industry.The launch event by ACE EV Group was held as part of Smart Energy Con-ference and Exhibition at the Inter-national Convention Centre, Darling […]

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Australian-made all electric vehicle launched

> Read full article here     An all-electric delivery van, assembled entirely by a local team of engineers and technicians, has officially launched in Australia. The 3.9 metre-long Cargo vanette is the first prototype in a series of vehicles planned by Australian Clean Energy Electric Vehicle Group (ACE-EV). According to a ACE-EV spokesperson, the […]

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Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition 2019 – Sydney Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd April 2019

  ACE EV Group will be at the annual Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition 2019 At the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney, Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd April 2019. This is Australia’s biggest event for solar, energy storage and energy management. More details to follow…      > Visit Smart Energy Council website

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Clean Energy Finance Corp – Australia set for surge in electric vehicles and infrastructure in just four years: new modelling

> Read full article here   Electric vehicles could represent 90 percent of all cars and light commercial vehicles on Australian roads by 2050, supported by $1.7 billion in private investment in new charging infrastructure, according to new modelling produced for the CEFC and ARENA. The modelling forecasts a surge in electric vehicle (EV) sales […]

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