253-275 Elgin St, Carlton
Join us for a presentation and discussion about Electric vehicles and zero-emissions transport.
This November Discussion Group is on the second Monday of the month, to avoid clashing with the Melbourne Cup long weekend.
Our discussion panel:
- Bryce Gaton: EV Expert from the Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA), Melbourne University School of Engineering, and contributor for The Driven. Bryce will present the latest news from AEVA EV Expo held in Sydney in Oct 2019.
- Stuart Nesbitt: Climate Change Technical Officer at Moreland City Council. Moreland Council has a network of 10 publicly available electric vehicle charging stations, hydrogen trials and a ‘zero emissions vehicle procurement policy’. The Council is integrating electric vehicles into its own fleet operations to reduce its carbon emissions and operational costs.
- Tim Washington: Director of JET Charge: JET Charge has deployed the more EV charging stations than any other company in Australia. JET Charge is the official recommended installer for the brands such as Tesla, Nissan, Hyundai, Porsche, Renault.
You might also be interested in the Beyond Zero Emissions “Electric Vehicles Report”
- Everyone is welcome to come along to the pub next door (The Clyde) to continue the discussion after 8pm.
- Entry: Free
- Public transport: You can catch the tram to Stop 111 on the corner of Elgin & Swanston Streets on tram routes 1 and 8.
- Directions: From the south side of Elgin Street, you go up the ramp to first floor level. Enter the building via the sliding doors and the lecture theatre is on your right.
- Late arrival: If you arrive after 6.45 pm the doors may be locked – but you’ll see a mobile number on a sign by the doors; please ring and we’ll let you in.
- For queries, please contact the BZE office
Fritz Loewe Theatre, McCoy Building (Building 200)
University of Melbourne
253-275 Elgin St, Carlton, Victoria 3053
Thank you to the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Energy Institute, for supporting us in bringing you this event.
The monthly BZE Discussion Group is an opportunity to hear from and question experts leading climate change solutions. Topics vary from renewable energy technical innovations to social and political action.
The event is generally held on the first Monday of every month at 6:30pm at the University of Melbourne.