Current EV charging systems can take at least 30-45 minutes, while the new resarch promises to cut this down to minutes. Credit: Kārlis Dambrāns
EV charging systems can take at least 30-45 minutes, while new research promises to cut this down to minutes. Credit: Kārlis Dambrāns

Excitement is growing in the Australian electric vehicle market: more charging infrastructure is being funded, governments are stating to move on policies, and new models are about to be made available.

In this edition of The Driven podcast, editor Giles Parkinson is joined by Nigel Morris, an EV owner and EV news junkie, to review some of the latest news.

Top of the agenda is the new fast-charging network being co-founded by ARENA and leading motoring groups, while the ACT government puts out the call for councils to join an EV bulk-buy for government fleets.

And there is the latest news on new models, and supply bottlenecks, and we look at the tricky subject of “noise”, and Nigel gets excited about some two-wheeled EV stats.

You can listen to our previous TheDriven podcasts with Tony Seba and Alan Finkel here, or on your favourite podcast platform.

ZeroMow is a proud sponsor of The Driven Podcast

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