Our Vision

Becoming the premier global partner in powering commercial electric vehicles for urban delivery and logistics.

Our Mission

To eliminate 3+ billion lbs. of CO2 emissions over the next five years.


Global e-Mobility technology company SEA Electric was founded in Australia in 2012 and is now headquartered in the USA, with its proprietary all-electric SEA-Drive® power-system technology adaptable to the world's urban delivery and commercial transport fleets.

SEA Electric launched its first model in 2017 and has since released several medium and heavy-duty commercial electric vehicles including delivery trucks, garbage trucks, tipper trucks, tilt tray trucks, reefer trucks, cherry picker trucks, school buses, shuttle buses, cargo vans and passenger vans. SEA Electric’s SEA-Drive® power-system is adaptable to most OEM glider chassis platforms from Class 3 to Class 8 (3.5t to 29t).

Widely recognized as a market leader in the electrification of commercial vehicles on a global basis, SEA Electric has a worldwide presence, deploying products in eight countries to date, namely the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, India and South Africa, collectively achieving more than two million miles of service via independent OEM-testing and real-world operation.

In 2020 SEA Electric partnered with Hino Trucks USA for ‘Project Z’, Hino’s path towards zero-emissions for medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks. In March 2021 SEA Electric in Australia launched two SEA Electric badged vehicles, the SEA 300 EV and the SEA 500 EV, which are sold through a dedicated network of nationwide dealerships.

SEA Electric has deployed over 200 battery-electric vehicles to date, with telematics data proving the SEA-Drive® power-system’s world-class total cost of ownership. In the next five years, SEA Electric predicts that its zero-emissions commercial vehicles will have eliminated over 3 billion pounds of CO2 emissions from the transport task.

SEA Electric’s global sales, after-sales and engineering are represented in all global locations. North America has the largest upfitting capacity for SEA Electric, while the local Australian assembly facility has recently doubled in size for the volume commercial production of electric trucks and vans.