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    First Electric Waste Collection Truck for South Australia

    East Waste sees range of cost savings in EV move Adelaide waste and resource manager East Waste will in December commission South Australia’s first fully electric-powered waste collection truck. The move fulfills the promise of a policy initiative that began 18 months ago that also looked at CNG. East Waste chairman Brian Cunningham says...
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    SEA Electric appoint Regional Director for North America

    Experienced clean transport industry executive David Brosky recently joined the SEA Electric team as Regional Director for North America. Mr. Brosky brings over 30 years’ experience in business development, sales, marketing, and program management for leading global automotive and commercial vehicle equipment and systems suppliers, including TI ...
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    Australians encouraged to transition to EVs

    The Clean Energy Finance Corp (CEFC) held the NSW Electric Vehicle Drive Day on July 4, to encourage Australians to switch to electrical vehicles (EVs). CEFC CEO, Ian Learmonth, said that fleet buyers could play an important role in helping Australia tackle one of its toughest emissions challenges – transport. “Australia has some 19,000 busin...
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    CEFC encourages fleet owners to super charge Australia’s transition to electric vehicles

    The roar of motorsport at Sydney's Eastern Creek speedway will be replaced by whisper quiet electric vehicles (EVs) today when fleet buyers test drive one of the largest selections of EVs assembled in Australia. The NSW Electric Vehicle Drive Day, led by the CEFC, is a chance to show fleet buyers why sales of EVs are gaining momentum aroun...
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    SEA Electric and TAFE Gippsland Sign Training Agreement

    Training agreement for electric vehicles The Latrobe Valley is one-step closer to a new electric vehicle factory with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between manufacturers SEA and TAFE Gippsland on Friday. The MOU formalises an agreement to collaborate developing new curriculum and delivering training for workers interest...
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    SEA Electric Trucks Feature at Brisbane Truck Show with Reo, Foton and Tatra

    Electric Trucks, the Reo and Foton, plus Tatra There was plenty to see at the Brisbane Truck Show this year including electric trucks, the Reo and Foton, plus Tatra.  After making a number of successful deals in the US, SEA Electric was back on home turf at the BTS showing off its 100 per cent electric vehicles including a garbage compactor, ...
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    Kiwi-Build for EV Trucks

    EV Talk NZ interview Stephen Fairweather, our NZ General Manager, about electric trucks being assembled in New Zealand by SEA Electric. "Kiwi-Build for EV Trucks", pg 11 & 12 of EV Talk June 2019 ...
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    Wellington welcomes its first electric rubbish truck with SEA Electric.

    Wellington’s first fully electric rubbish truck will join two electric vans in servicing about 40 Wellington City Council social housing sites. The Manco SEA EV10 Electricat was revealed at a ceremony at the council’s Berkley Dallard apartments on June 12. READ MORE Article by Geoff Dobson, Transport Talk NZ, June 12 2019...
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    Cleanaway sees good signs from electric rubbish trucks

    The chief executive of new technology to be viable in the long term. “At this stage, the trials are progressing well but it is a bit too early to fully gauge their success," Mr Bansal said on Tuesday. "So far the electric trucks are showing positive signs in terms of their cost to operate and overall reliability.'' Jonathan Marsden, mayor of...
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    SEA Electric is successfully penetrating the European market

    Leading electrical systems for trucks and other commercial vehicles. Concern for nature and the environment is becoming increasingly important in purchasing decisions. Similarly, they are also considering SEA Electric, an Australian company that has expanded almost everywhere in the world over two years with its electric batteries for trucks and...
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    WM Waste Management Services puts SEA Electric-propelled vehicle to work

    Australian electric truck operations are a reality in Melbourne suburbs, WM Waste Management Services has revealed. effort sees WM using a SuperiorPak-bodied, SEA Electric propelled, Iveco ACCO-based hard-waste trucks to collect hard rubbish in the City of Casey in Melbourne’s south-east. ...
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    Electric waste trucks arrive in Casey

    The City of Casey’s recycling of hard-waste is becoming carbon neutral with several new electric trucks joining the fleet at WM Waste Management as part of a new waste contract. The trucks are powered solely by battery power and have a charge of up to five hours before needing to be recharged. ...
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    Isuzu Looks To Electric

    Have no doubt, electric trucks are coming. And, if a pilot program now being run by Isuzu Australia in concert with SEA Electric delivers the right results, the Japanese truck maker will be ready, willing and able as demand increases. The obvious application for electric trucks is shorthaul distribution work in light and medium-duty trucks, a...
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    SEA Electric charges ahead with fossil-free future

    AS THE heavy vehicle industry inevitably moves towards modes of power production beyond diesel, the appearance of electric trucks has shown that it is possible to move forward without the use of fossil fuels. SEA Electric is one company that is at the forefront of electric power generation, producing technology that can be applied to use in commer...
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    Sustainability first with electric kerbside collection trial

    Cleanaway has marked a turning point in the company’s history, as it welcomes the first of two fully electric collections vehicles which form part of a three-month trial.   CEO and Managing Director, Vik Bansal said “this is an exciting step forward for our business as we continue to work toward our mission of making a sustainable future...
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    Daimler plans all-electric truck future and high-powered 3MW charging

    SEA Electric was recently mentioned in the DRIVEN article written and published by Bridie Schmidt. Due to positive feedback from SEA Electric’s presence at the ACT Expo and at the Work Truck Show in the US, SEA Electric has been presented with several exciting opportunities. ...
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    End of Diesel Engines Is In Sight, Daimler’s Roger Nielsen Says

    LONG BEACH, Calif. — The beginning of the end is here for the internal-combustion truck engine, said Roger Nielsen, CEO of Daimler Trucks North America, the largest truck manufacturer on the continent. And the replacement for diesel-run trucks will be electric vehicles, Nielsen declared. Not trucks run by natural gas or hydrogen fuel cells or a hy...
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    SEA Electric receives first US orders

    Victorian electric truck drive train producer, SEA Electric has received its first orders from the United States following a successful public debut. CEO Tony Fairweather said feedback on the company’s products displayed on Ford and Isuzu platforms at the ‘Work Truck Show’ in Indianapolis and ‘Advanced Clean Transportation Expo’ in April had bee...
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    Australia electric truckmaker SEA Electric gets multiple orders from US

    SEA Electric was featured in the DRIVEN article written and published by Bridie Schmidt. With the appearance at the Work Truck Show it has left a great impression on the government and private buyers. ...
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    Australia’s SEA Electric has taken multiple orders for its 2500Nm EV truck

    SAE Electric is an Australian-based Work Truck Show’ in Indianapolis, where it demonstrated its electric technology, specifically engineered for heavy vehicles. The Work Truck Show saw SEA Electric take multiple vehicle orders that will soon be deployed to cities including Detroit, Philadelphia, New York City and San Francisco. The company wi...
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    SEA Electric to display at ‘Advanced Clean Transportation’ expo as sales momentum builds

    (MENAFN - Editorial) Following its successful US launch at the ‘Work Truck Show’ in Indianapolis last month, leading Australian automotive electric technology company, SEA Electric, is set to exhibit at California’s ‘Advanced Clean Transportation’ (ACT) expo on April 24-25. The Work Truck Show saw SEA Electric take multiple vehicle orders that will...
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    SEA Electric penetrates US market

    Automotive electric technology company, SEA Electric, is set to exhibit at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) expo later this month in the US. The Work Truck Show saw SEA Electric take multiple vehicle orders that will soon be deployed to cities including Detroit, Philadelphia, New York City and San Francisco. The company will use the AC...
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    Is Bill Shorten in the driver’s seat or just an electric dreamer?

    On the eve of the federal budget, Labor unveiled a new electric vehicle policy that has never been tested before in this country. If elected, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has promised that reduction target of 45 per cent on 2005 levels by 2030, and an opportunity to kickstart an electric vehicle manufacturing industry. But it raises questions...
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    Making electric trucks — without subsidies

    Australia already has a successful electric vehicle manufacturer that is expanding rapidly overseas without any support from government. SEA Electric, based in Victoria, has an order bank running into hundreds for its battery-powered commercial vehicles and has just set up an assembly operation in Los Angeles to supply the US. Founded six y...
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    SEA Electric Is Exhibiting at 2019 ACT Expo in Long Beach, CA

    SEA Electric will be exhibiting at the 2019 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, North America’s largest conference and expo showcasing the real-world application of advanced transportation technologies, drive trains, and clean fuels. Our SEA Electric Team will be available to discuss the latest in our 100% electric power system solutions....
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    SEA Electric Is Exhibiting at 2019 Brisbane Truck Show

    SEA Electric will be exhibiting at the 2019 Brisbane Truck show at the Brisbane Convention Centre May 16-19. Our SEA Electric Team will be available to discuss the latest in 100% electric power system solutions....
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    Suez foresees electric truck demand from councils

    Australia may mirror European electric vehicle (EV) fleet developments with urban uses, such as recycling collection, at the forefront initially. Waste management company Suez is to trial an EV with high Australian content with Western Australia’s City of Belmont for just such a task expects other customers to demand the same. City government...
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    City of Belmont welcomes Western Australia’s first zero emissions recycling truck

    Waste and water management company SUEZ has selected the City of Belmont as the first site in Western Australia for its innovative new fully Electric Vehicle (EV) recycling truck. SUEZ State General Manager WA Craig Barker said the EV truck, due for delivery in June, is the first of its kind for the company in Western Australia and will be a sho...
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    CARB Continues Quest for an Electric Medium-, Heavy-Truck Future

    California environmental regulators are working on a plan to speed up the deployment of electric medium- and heavy-duty trucks operating on the state’s streets and highways. At a public workshop Feb. 25, California Air Resources Board officials said they are aiming to offer for approval by the end of this year the agency’s proposed regulation that...
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    Making sense of electric trucks

    With commercial electric truck use in Australia still in its infancy, clues to the operational value of their use here are scarce. With things more advanced across the Pacific, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) recently released an overview of its survey findings from fleets there. This report’s conclusions were generated t...
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