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​​Newsletter #, April 2021​

Fortnightly curated EV newsletter, focused on Australia. Just enough information to stay informed, not too much to be overwhelmed.

G'day <<Deleted>>,

Here's some EV news you may have missed:
Yes, the fully-electric Hummer SUV can also walk like a crab | TechRadar
No, it doesn't "walk".

New Lithium Giant Emerges to Feed Surging Battery Demand
A planned $3.1 billion merger of two Australian miners is set to create one of the world’s biggest producers of lithium products.

Australians want to buy electric cars, but car makers say government policy blocks supply
With the highest per-capita uptake of rooftop solar in the world, why don’t we?

Millions of electric vehicles may face production delays from 2027 as lithium mining capacity lags
Trouble ahead?

EVs are safer than traditional cars, but uhm, why?
EV drivers are warier of conserving energy, and drive differently as a result

In Mount Isa, electric cars are driving the economy — but not the people
Copper is the new oil. Except you don’t burn it, do you?

Swap and go: electric trucks to run between Sydney and Brisbane using exchangeable batteries
Would be big ass batteries (600KWh). And you still need to store those, and get them charged. But at $110 per use, sound reasonable and economic?

The trucking industry has begun to turn electric — but passenger vehicles will take a little longer


"The future is already here — It's just not
very evenly distributed"
— William Gibson

"... and hasn't made it yet to Australia"  
— Me

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