My Electric Car Seminars

We have been presenting talks and seminars on Electric Vehicles since 2015. Our informal and fun talks cover the disruption to the automotive industry which is accelerating exponentially. The talks are aimed to educate our communities to the benefits and challenges that will accompany this disruption. We encourage community groups, local government, the business sector and other interested parties to invite us along to address your members, residents, employees and other stakeholders. Our typical sessions run for around an hour and thirty minutes but the presentation can be tailored to suit your needs. Usually our talks are booked out weeks ahead. Some of the seminars we’ve already staged include the following venues:

Piney Lakes Environment Education Centre (2015)
One World Centre Bayswater (2015)
Town of Cambridge (2015)
City of Kwinana (2015)
Lithium Batteries WA Conference (2016)
Town of Victoria Park (2017)
Town of Cambridge (2017)
City of Perth (2017)
Men’s Shed Mosman Park (2017)
Murdoch University (2017)
City of Cockburn (2017)
Sustainable Energy Now Association (2017)
Whitford’s Volunteer Sea Rescue Group (2018)
Citizens Climate Lobby (2018)

City of Canning  (2018)
Alternative Technology Association (2018)
Probus Mosman Park (2018)
Town of  Victoria Park (2018)
Probus Claremont (2019)
Probus Dalkeith (2019)
City of Vincent WA (2019)
Sustainable Transport Coalition Perth (2019)
Matilda Bay Rotary (2019)
City of Rockingham (2019)
Parking Masterclass – Level5Design (2019)
City of Joondalup Seniors (2019)
Town of Cambridge (2019)
Swan Districts Rotary (2019)

EV Seminars – informative and fun

Good for drivers and future drivers or anyone interested or involved in the transport sector. Backed up with audiovisual presentations the topics are wide ranging and up to date with the latest news and information on the EV industry. If you’d like us to present to your group or organisation, just fill in the form below and we’ll get back to you.

Public Seminars

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