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The future is electric. Are you thinking about making the switch?

With the shift towards net zero emissions accelerating, more car manufacturers switching to electric only models as early as 2025 and the rollout of Australia's longest connected EV charging highway right here in WA - now is the time to explore the benefits and myths of buying an EV.

Explore our guide to EV's

Wondering how an electric vehicle differs from your petrol-powered transportation? We’ve broken down the different types of EV to give you a look at what makes them tick and shared what to consider before making the change. 

Electric vehicle 101
Discover the benefits of going electric

There are a few factors driving this worldwide push for change, starting with the planet itself. Better understand all the great benefits of switching to an EV and why your next car might just be powered by the grid. 

Why make the switch
Getting from A to B...in an EV

Getting from A to B...in an EV

We know that ‘range anxiety’ or worrying how far you can drive is on the minds of those considering an EV, especially in our regions.  

The good news is that there are already hundreds of places to charge your EV across regional WA, and that number is only going up. Explore our guide to the types of chargers and where you can plug them in. 

Find out more about EV charging

It's predicted over 60% of global car sales will be electric by 2040 *

BloombergNEF - Electric Vehicle Outlook 2022

Building Australia's longest connected charging network

We’re working with Synergy and the State Government to build Australia's longest connected electric vehicle fast-charging network - from Kununurra in the north, down to Esperance in the south and across to Eucla in the east.

When complete, EV drivers will have access to 98 EV chargers spread across 49 locations along major transport routes.   

Learn more about the project
Building Australia's longest connected charging network

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