Leading the Charge

Accelerate your transition to electric vehicles

Latest Webinar

Future eMobility – Leading UK government experience

August 27, 2019 - 12:45 pm

Dundee council fleet manager Fraser Crichton discusses 8 years of eMobility transition. Thanks to Fraser's efforts, Dundee now claims the largest EV fleet of any local authority in the UK.

EV policy in Australia – the road ahead

August 15, 2019 - 3:53 am

Policy experts Behyad Jafari and Dr Rebecca Michael will present on electric vehicle policy.

Lessons from local governments leading the EV transition

June 21, 2019 - 2:00 pm

Leading councils from New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia share their experiences on electric vehicle fleets and public charging infrastructure

How EV’s can deliver for Woolworths and other commercial applications

June 6, 2019 - 3:30 pm

This video covers Woolworth's electric vehicle journey with their customised electric truck "Eve" and the SEA Electric story to electrify the transport world.

NRMA and Tritium fast charging

May 7, 2019 - 3:30 pm

This video covers NRMA experience in rolling out their Australian fast charging network and feedback from Tritium on their global experiences in the fast charging space.

Charge Together Fleets is a program to assist fleet and
sustainability managers transition to electric vehicles and future mobility models

Platform
and tools

We have a set of tools and an online platform to help with your EV transition management. This includes: a message board, a learning management system and a fleet transition tool box (TCO calculator and procurement data)

Peer
to peer network

We are connecting networks to encourage peer to peer learning. We have brought together a huge number and variety of organizations to establish best practice approaches to barriers, develop business and take advantage of opportunities together.

Collaborative
procurement

Join with the ACT government to form a national procurement initiative to get access to electric vehicle offers and help manufacturers plan and optimise supply.

Pledge
to go electric

We are inspiring fleet and sustainability managers to make a commitment to EV fleet transition. By participating in the program, time will be spent planning your transition, resulting in a fleet target commitment.

Primary Sponsors

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Our Members

Why should your fleet go electric?

Economic Benefits

EV’s will reach cost parity in the next few years and companies who are not ready to transition will be at an economic disadvantage from that point forward. EVs require less maintenance and are powered by electricity, meaning every day running costs already produce savings.

Environmental Benefits

EVs produce zero tailpipe emissions resulting in possible emissions footprint reductions of up to 85%. Shifting away from petrol and diesel also means that the environment is protected from fracking, drilling and mining of crude oil, therefore reducing deforestation, oil spills and habitat destruction.

Social Benefits

Migration of fleets is seen as a critical pillar in helping Australia transition. It will provide certainty to manufacturers to increase supply and create a viable secondary market and demonstrate responsible business practice to Australians.

Who is it for?

Logistics Companies
Government Agencies
Corporations
Not-for-Profit
Universities

Which staff can benefit?

Senior Leadership

Set goals and empower your teams.

Sustainability Managers

Integrate EVs into the sustainability goals.

Fleet Managers

Investigate and deploy economic solutions appropriate.