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|Start Date||9th Nov 2017|
|End Date||12th Nov 2017|
What does the future of electric vehicles hold?
This year, the Australian Electric Vehicle Association will hold their national Electric Vehicle Festival in Devonport, Tasmania. The Festival consists of a Conference, EV Show and a Group Drive.
Conference - 9 and 10 November
The Conference will cover topics such as:
Shannons Insurance Electric Vehicle Display - 11 November
This EV Show will be held at Roundhouse Park on the Devonport Waterfront. You can expect to see home-built vehicles, motorbikes, scooters, and electric-assist bicycles. The nearby CMax theatre will be hosting a forum and presentation on electric vehicles in Tasmania. There will be trade displays on transport, sustainability, electricity and also tourism, as there are likely to be a lot of interstate guests. Registration is free if you'd like to enter your vehicle in the show.
Group Drive - 12 November
If you have an Electric Vehicle or plug-in Hybrid, you could join the Mitsubishi Motors Cradle Mountain Charge. This group drive will travel from Devonport to Cradle Mountain, with plenty of charging stations along the way. Tickets are $30 for a driver and car, and include lunch, charging at Gowrie Park and entry to the reception at Cradle Mountain. Passengers and drivers in non-electric vehicles are also welcome, at the same ticket price of $30.
Tas e-ride 5-8 November
The Tasmanian branch of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association, supported by Bicycle Network Tasmania and TasNetworks, is arranging a multi-day e-bike ride from Hobart to Devonport, in time to attend the 2017 Electric Vehicle Festival. The route is 390km, travelling via the East Coast and Lake Leake, with overnight stops in Little Swanport, Lake Leake and Hadspen. For more information and to register your interest, visit the AEVA taseride webpage.
|Website||Australian Electric Vehicle Association|