Eco news articles

Tesla Model 3 Test Production Starts End Feb

Posted On February 11, 2017

Some electrifying vehicle news that’s got the world moving rapidly to EVs Tesla Model 3 Test Production to Commence End of February A Porsche that Will Charge at 2,100 km / hour Tesla Skunkworks Capable of reaching 100 km/h in 2.0 seconds? China Captures 50% of World EV Market Starting at NZ$10,000 Tesla Factory Readies for Model 3 […]

This Valentines Day BREAK UP with FOSSIL FUELS

Posted On February 06, 2017

It’s now so much easier to break up with Fossil Fuels. Here are THREE EASY WAYS to drop your emissions, and how long it will take you to make the changes. The average household can save around 90,000 kilograms CO2e emissions over a 10 year period by making these changes. Let’s get started. It’s now […]


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T2 T3 Lane Access for Electric Vehicles

Posted On January 27, 2017

If you’re not already looking to change to an Electric Vehicle (EV), now is the time. New Zealand Transport Authority have announced that six T2 and T3 lanes in Auckland will be open to EVs for a trial period, beginning March 6th. Trials will begin in Grafton, Sylvia Park, Henderson, Mt Wellington and Mangere.  More details on each […]

1,500km ZERO EMISSION Flight becomes a reality – HY4

Posted On January 11, 2017

What an exciting time it is for the emission-free transport sector, on the ground, in the water and now in the air. Even ZERO EMISSION big rig trucks are on the horizon. Last year we published an article on the first commercially available electric plane designed for flight training. The Pipistel Electro which uses a lithium battery which can […]

Zero Emission 2,000 km Big Rigs Are on the Horizon – Nikola One

Posted On December 21, 2016

Electric Vehicles are about to swamp the market, bringing massive savings to their owners …. and they have 7 – 10 times better Cradle to Grave Emissions compared to their FOSSIL fueled equivalents.  It’s a win-win for all, and becoming affordable for most Kiwis. Kiwis are now also saving up to 80% of their vehicle running costs […]