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Where does the electric vehicle package go next?

Janet Stephenson’s research has been cited in the National Business Review article on Electric Vehicles. http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/where-does-electric-vehicle-package-go-next-cg-p-188701

Radio NZ National interview: Policy changes needed for bigger uptake of EV’s

As part of the Energy Cultures Project, Barry Barton energy and environment law expert from Waikato University led a comparative study with countries that have a high uptake of EVs, including Germany, the US and Norway. The study has analysed the incentives available overseas which lower the price of electric vehicles. There are

Action or Inaction?

The merits of Energy Cultures 2 researcher Barry Barton’s recent report ‘Electric Vehicle Policy: New Zealand in a Comparative Context‘ in which he argues that to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles, the government should consider a feebate scheme to apply to the whole fleet when first registered in New Zealands has been discussed in Autotalk

Conference Registration now open

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Registration for The Energy Cultures Conference 2016  is now open.

We have a capacity limit of 300 attendees so register early to ensure your place.

Visit the conference website, sign up for our e-newsletter or follow us on twitter @energycultures for further details

2015 OERC Seed Research Grant applications close 16th November

Applications are invited for the 2015 OERC seed research grant (up to $2500). The primary aim of this grant is to provide seed funding for a research project that may subsequently be developed for a funding application and/or into a research paper targeted at an international peer reviewed journal.   Strong preference will be given multidisciplinary

Be part of Energy Cultures 2: MASTER OF LAWS (LLM) SCHOLARSHIP

Be a part of Energy Cultures 2 project with a Master of Laws (LLM) scholarship with the University of Waikato. This is available for an able student to carry out research on the legal dimensions of energy efficiency in transport, focusing on cycling.  Click here for more information. – SCHOLARSHIP NOW