Small actions you can take today

Bigger actions you can work towards

  • Join a group and take action together
  • Join a tree planting day
  • Get an electric bike or scooter
  • Make your next car electric or plug-in hybrid



Local change makers

These local legends are working towards a cleaner future for all.

Ant standing next to his electric car

Ant is helping promote EV’s in his community

Ant grew up fascinated by the concept of electric transport and has been a proud electric vehicle (EV) owner for over ten years. “It occurred to me that in order to transport people and freight, we do not have to burn fossil fuels and pollute the atmosphere - there has to be a better way”.

His passion for EV’s saw him become chair of the WA branch of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association. His proudest achievement so far has been crowdfunding for the installation of two remote charging stations at Lake Grace and Ravensthorpe, helping EV users travel to Esperance.

Dave Linder

Dave helped host a Car Free day on Albany Highway

Dave wanted to open Albany Highway up to his local community. As luck would have it his local community group, the Vic Park Collective, had the same idea and on Sunday the 18th of September 2016 he helped them deliver their first Car Free Day.

The event saw the Albany Highway closed to cars between Kent and Gloucester Street. In place of cars, Dave and the Collective organised a range of activations and street celebrations to encourage locals to take back the street. Local businesses even got involved, with many reporting that it had a positive impact on trade.

The car free movement aims to empower residents to reclaim their streets and experience life with less cars on our roads.


EV for a week

Follow our members as they share their EV driving experiences - both good and bad - tracking every charge, challenge and surprise.

EV diaries