See Tesla, ChargePoint, Mitsubishi Motors, JET Charge, BMW and Alphabet Australia and more on display at the free to attend exhibition.
It was only a few years ago that the thought of charging a car overnight in your garage was unimaginable.
Fast forward, and the increasing popularity of electric vehicles combined with reduced solar PV costs are making a future of EVs a reality.
Tesla Motors unveiled the prototype of its Tesla Model 3 last month, the latest in its range of electric cars, which it says will accelerate the global drive for sustainable transport, whilst Simon Hackett, Executive Chairman, Redflow, can now charge his Tesla Model S with solar power stored by his Redflow Large Scale Battery at his offices.
The EV and Charging Zone returns to the Australian Energy Storage Exhibition, Australia’s largest dedicated exhibition for the energy storage industry. The event will take place at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney from 1-2 June, 2016.
Featuring electric vehicles as well as residential, commercial, and network charging solutions to meet your personal or commercial requirements, see Tesla, ChargePoint, Mitsubishi Motors, JET Charge, BMW and Alphabet Australia and more on display at the free to attend exhibition. The 2016 exhibition will also see the Hyundai Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle displayed on the show floor alongside these EV offerings.
For more information and to register to visit the exhibition and EV & Charging Zone, visit www.australianenergystorage.com.au.
Register using promo code ‘CHARGE’ and you could win the chance to drive the new Hyundai Ionic Hybrid for a full week when it lands in Australia!