Charge Together Fleets is a free program for electric vehicle fleet management, bringing together a range of resources for fleet & sustainability managers to help with the transition to electric vehicle fleets.
Welcome to your EV transition. What are you looking for?
BetterFleet, our car operating cost calculator, is an Australian first software-as-a-service platform. It has been designed with feedback from fleet and sustainability managers, car manufacturers, and fleet management companies, to ensure it delivers the necessary inputs for building the electric vehicle business case.
EVeducate provides information on electric vehicles in Australia, charging infrastructure, market information, electric vehicle policy, and current electric car incentives in Australia. It contains over 40 educational articles on a variety of topics including:
Connect with your peers and share your experiences on our Charge Together Fleets LinkedIn group. Interact with EV experts via our ChargedUP! webinar series. Stay up to date with all things EV by following our blogs and news pages. Be a part of the community, the more you participate, the more you learn!
Hear from the local Tesla team on what they are doing to assist government and corporates electrify their fleets and transition to a zero emission future with the world’s safest and most connected vehicles.
What is coming and how local governments can plan - planning for electric vehicles and their impact on the grid is important as we transition to electric road transport. Charging infrastructure will change the way we refuel and new technology is continuously emerging to help us manage energy to power our vehicles.
Norway is leading the world in electric vehicle uptake - 60% of new vehicle sales are battery electric vehicles. With a commitment to ban the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2025, the oil rich nation embarked on a journey to power its vehicle fleet with hydropower.
Electric garbage trucks tick a lot of boxes for Councils looking for cleaner, greener and quieter communities. Waste Management companies are responding to this need, through the supply of EV garbage trucks.