Brisbane, Queensland, March 7th, 2023 – AUSEV and Evansa have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together in the electric vehicle (EV) industry. The agreement aims to bring sustainable and innovative solutions to the Australian market, starting with the supply of commercial EV’s and the generation of ACCUs for customers wishing to decarbonise their fleets.
Under the agreement, Evansa will implement and operate projects to generate ACCUs with the Clean Energy Regulator for AUSEV’s clients transitioning to low and zero-carbon emission vehicles. This includes managing the audit process, offtake arrangements and providing the proceeds of the sale of carbon credits back to AUSEV to pass onto its clients.
On the other hand, AUSEV will work with its customer base to provide Evansa with historical fleet data for vehicles that will be replaced by low-emission or zero-emission vehicles, as well as ongoing access to telematics data for all vehicles participating in carbon projects.
“This partnership will help us achieve our goal of reducing carbon emissions and promoting a greener future for Australia,” said Brendan Kenny, Head of Operations at AUSEV. “We are excited to work with Evansa to bring full EV solutions for our customers to the market, and this is a significant value add for fleet and asset owners looking to decarbonise.”
Ross Cullen, Managing Director at Evansa, commented: “The partnership between AUSEV and Evansa will further incentivise fleets to transition to zero-emission vehicles by allowing the generation of carbon credits, reflective of the carbon emissions new vehicles save over the outgoing vehicles”.
The two companies are poised to bring a positive impact to the EV industry and set a new standard through the generation of ACCUs for its customers.
AUSEV Pty Ltd (AUSEV) is a subsidiary of BOSSCAP. BOSSCAP is a multi-industry company focused on sovereign capability. AUSEV was established to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in Australia, with a focus on RHD 4×4 EVs and has evolved to incorporate not only Pick-ups but also Light, Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks & Vans. The company is committed to offering an end-to-end solution, including servicing, charging and fleet management. AUSEV leverages BOSSCAP’s experience in remanufacturing and distributing ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) vehicles to now offer OEMs a solution to either partially or fully manufacture RHD electric vehicles (EV) locally in Australia. Learn more at https://ausev.com.au
As society transitions to an electrified transport sector, this will naturally result in increased energy consumption. To avoid driving future energy demand towards non-renewable sources, Evansa has created a platform to channel usage towards renewable energy instead. By creating demand for renewables, we support the adoption and development of new technologies promoting growth at scale in the sector. Learn more at https://evansa.earth