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Christchurch Airport has signed up to buy the world’s first Rosenbauer Electric Fire Truck to operate at an airport.
The government’s changes to the Clean Car programme could have a negative impact on the country’s rental fleet, according to one industry association.
The country’s electric vehicle charging network is set for a boost under the government’s first EV charging strategy.
GO Rentals is expanding its electric vehicle rental options with the BYD ATTO 3 joining the fleet.
Auckland Transport has unveiled the country’s first fully electric bus depot in Panmure.
Auckland Transport’s TāmakiLink bus service now has eight new electric buses to complement an additional 27 serving the Eastern Bays routes across the city.
GO Rentals is adding nine Tesla Model Y electric vehicles to its fleet and says it is the first rental car provider in New Zealand to offer the EVs for hire.
Europcar New Zealand has obtained exclusive rights to add the new BYD ATTO 3 EV to its airport-based rental fleets in Auckland, Wellington, and soon Christchurch.
Fullers360’s Auckland business has been secured through a deal with Auckland Transport – and the future of ferry transport is green, says its chief executive.
Meridian Energy will install 10 electric vehicle chargers along popular tourist routes in the South Island,.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism says its wants to have half of its jet boat fleet electric by 2030.
Queenstown Airport has become a Tesla Destination Charging Partner to provide six electric vehicle charging stations for travellers and visitors.
MG Motors New Zealand has launched a programme for New Zealand accommodation providers who wish to add electric vehicle chargers to their facilities.
Up to $6m funding is available for projects that will help to decarbonise New Zealand’s transport sector, as part of the government’s Low Energy Transport Fund.
Go Bus will lease 18 new electric buses across its Christchurch fleet from Zenobē, a UK-based specialist in EV and battery storage that is about to enter the New Zealand market.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has welcomed the introduction of two fully electric ferries to the city’s public transport system from 2024, but he would like to add at least six additional ferries to the fleet.
Auckland will have two fully-electric ferries transporting visitors and commuters around the harbour in 2024
Coach tour services provider Bayes Coachlines is to build a passenger bus with solar panels providing up to 10% of its own power and designed to have greater range and less maintenance than other electric buses.
Nelson e-bike rental company Kiwi Journeys is opening an Electrify NZ store on surging demand.
Fullers360 says it has invested more than $1m in a new plug-in electric hybrid ferry that will launch in 2023.
Wellington International Airport has adopted one of FTN Motion’s moped-class electric motorcycles, Streetdog.
Wellington social enterprise GOOD Travel has entered into a partnership with GO Rentals to allow touring the South Island in a Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle.
Wellington International Airport Limited expects the domestic air travel rebound to be quick and robust for the capital once the Auckland market re-opens, says Steve Sanderson.
An innovative role for Māori tourism is floated to help the country transition to net zero emissions by 2050.
Stations located near main entrance of gardens and free to use 24/7.
The Department of Conservation has received $5.1m from the government to purchase 148 electric vehicles and install charging infrastructure.
GO Rentals says it wants to “take the lead” in the electric vehicle rental space with the purchase of 10 Tesla Model 3 cars.
Auckland aims to buy no more new diesel buses from July 2021.
The Government has approved funding for 22 new low-emission transport projects.
Sounds Air plans to operate electric aircraft in New Zealand by the end of the decade.
The Central Otago Touring Route has won $76,500 in funding from the Government’s Low Emission Vehicles Contestable Fund.
Auckland Transport’s new bus route using electric buses operated by Go Bus will be launched in the first half of 2021.
Electric cars could help the tourism industry improve its impacts on local communities and environments, according to a Lincoln University researcher.
East By West Ferries operates the Wellington to Days Bay to Eastbourne ferry route and plans a new ferry service from central Wellington to the airport and Miramar Peninsula.
GO Rentals, Mahu City Express, and the Twin Coast Discovery tourist route will benefit.
Europcar Mobility Group NZ will offer its a low emission Electric Day Pass electric vehicle rental and share service for travellers around Auckland City, and to and from Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch airports.
Shotover Jet, Black Cat Cruises, and Explore Group are among the recipients of the govt cash.
Three electric vehicle charging stations are coming to Queenstown Lakes, as the council looks to support the growing use of EVs in the area.
Tourism-related projects secure almost $600k from the Government’s Low Emission’s Vehicles Contestable Fund.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism has installed the first electric vehicle rapid charger at Franz Josef and the only one in town available 24/7 for campervans.
Three popular South Island tourism destinations now have electric vehicle charging stations following a push by YHA New Zealand and Meridian Energy.
Christchurch Airport has launched its autonomous Smart Shuttle to the public today.
Thames-Coromandel District Council’s Coromandel Electric Vehicle Touring Loop has been selected as a finalist for the sixth annual Local Government New Zealand Excellence Awards.
Thrifty Car Rental has added EVs to its offering at Auckland and Christchurch.
The Queenstown operator is believed to be the first to offer an off-road EV experience after splashing $300k on Teslas.
The $1.1bn holiday park sector is playing its part in the electric vehicle revolution having installed a network of chargers to support visitors opting for environmentally sustainable travel.
The Govt has pumped cash into extending the EV charging network at some of NZ’s most popular tourist destinations.
Operators and the Southern Scenic Route are among the latest to benefit from the government’s EV fund.
A new initiative to provide electric vehicle drivers with real-time information about where they can find reliable charging stations raround the country has been launched.
Christchurch Airport says it has become the first business in the South Island to sign up to the EV100 global initiative and is committed to transitioning its vehicle fleet to 100% electric.
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