WEBINAR SERIES: Transitioning to Net Zero Fleets – Part 5: Setting Up Your Recharging Network

Part 5 of the Journey to NetZero webinar series took a deep-dive into how local governments can set up their recharging infrastructure for a zero-emissions vehicle fleet.

This 60-minute session on July 5 was a popular instalment.

Here’s a quick summary:

Edward Kestel from Gemtek eMobility examined:

  • The electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem charging curve, charging levels and charging speeds
  • Level 1 and Level 2 chargers for EVs: their best features and what’s needed to set them up at Council offices and depots
  • How to use renewable energy and when to recharge which assets at different times of day and night
  • Everything you need to know about Level 3 rechargers (also known as “rapid chargers”)

James Eveland and Peter Atkinson from Chargers Direct covered:

  • What councils need to consider when assessing their specific recharging needs

  • How to have resilient, sustainable and digital power

  • Microgrids

  • Power supply options and grid-related matters when it comes to installing recharging units

  • Funding options for recharging units

You can see it all here:

The Journey to NetZero webinar series is valuable if you’re a local government and you run a fleet of vehicles and other mobile assets.

You can access decades’ worth of fleet management experience just by registering and attending online – and these 60-minute webinars are FREE. 

Don’t miss the next one.

It’s on Tuesday 11th October 2022 at 12:00 midday Sydney time (AEST).

It’ll be a detailed look into some of Australia’s electric vehicle options.

Once you’ve registered you’ll receive a calendar invitation to the webinar with a link to join.

See you then.


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