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EV Podcast

Electric Vehicle Podcast

A podcast serving and supporting the EV community globally - hosted by Theo Gibson
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The EV Podcast is the place to hear about Electric Vehicles. Also – solar power, ebikes, autonomous vehicles and sustainability. EV converter and enthusiast Theo Gibson (EV Builders/Gibson Solutions Ltd) talks news, rumours and hosts an interesting and dynamic bunch of guests.

Ben Haselden: Electric Ferry – EV Podcast 102

Ben Haselden: Electric Ferry – EV Podcast 102

This week on the EV Podcast I chat to Ben Haselden Marine Electrical and Electronics Manager at McKay Limited about New Zealand’s first electric ferry which will be operating out of the countries capital, Wellington.

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Episode Links:

McKay Marine Electrical Services: https://www.mckay.co.nz/

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Erik Zydervelt: Mevo – EV Podcast 101

Erik Zydervelt: Mevo – EV Podcast 101

This week on the EV Podcast Theo chats with Erik Zydervelt, CEO and Co-Founder of MEVO, Wellington’s free-floating car-sharing service. How did it all start and what is MEVO’s plan for the future? Erik tells us all about it.

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Episode Links:

Mevo: ‘free-floating car sharing’ https://mevo.co.nz/

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Max Parkin: Electric Island Waiheke – EV Podcast 100

Max Parkin: Electric Island Waiheke – EV Podcast 100

Wow, we reached our 100th Podcast Milestone! Tune in this week to listen to Theo talking with Maxwell Parkin about the Electric Island Waiheke initiative and a special offer from OEM audio, our sponsor. Thank you to all who helped me get here. Also, thank you to all our Patreon supporters.

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Episode Links:

Electric Island Waiheke: https://www.electricisland.nz/

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Nick Robilliard: Meridian Energy – EV Podcast 31

Nick Robilliard: Meridian Energy – EV Podcast 31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week on the podcast I chat to Nick Robilliard Procurement & Property Manager at Meridian Energy. Meridian Energy is a leading renewable electricity generator here in New Zealand. Nick has a very diverse role at Meridian and as part of his role is responsible for the selection and purchasing of Meridians EV Vehicle Fleet. We had a great chat, tune in.

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Episode Links:

Nick Robilliard: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-robilliard-1a24a010/
Meridian Energy: https://www.meridianenergy.co.nz/your-home/sustainability

 

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Nigel Broomhall – ChargeSmart – EV Podcast 30

Nigel Broomhall – ChargeSmart – EV Podcast 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week Theo chats to Nigel Broomhall, CEO of ChargeSmart, a leading electric vehicle charging infrastructure business in New Zealand. Nigel has a long history working in the electricity industry with EV‘s around the globe. He is a very knowledgeable and insightful guy – I really enjoyed chatting with Nigel.

We also talk EV Production, Dyson shutting down it’s EV Program, NIO‘s financial woes, Harley Davidson LiveWire Production halted and more.

 

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Episode Links:

ChargeSmart: https://www.chargesmart.co.nz/

Smart chargers for homes, businesses, public spaces and property developers.

ChargeSmart Podcast: https://www.chargesmart.co.nz/podcast

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Porsche Taycan – EV Podcast 29

Porsche Taycan – EV Podcast 29

This week Theo is tied down with his startup so Paul Spain (NZ Tech Podcast) takes the driving seat and talks with Motoring Writer David Linklater about his test drive of the new Porsche Taycan.

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Episode Links:

https://www.porsche.com/pap/_newzealand_/?utm_source=search&utm_medium=ao&utm_campaign=ao-search&utm_term=%2Bporsche

 

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

EV Capri: Kearon de Clouet – EV Podcast 28

EV Capri: Kearon de Clouet – EV Podcast 28

This week on the podcast I talk to EV Converter legend Kearon de Clouet about his EV Capri conversion he built in Australia in 2010. Not only did Kearon build an EV he also built and raced a Catavolt Electric Motorcycle on the salt flats in Australia in a world record attempt. I highly recommend Kearon’s YouTube Conversion Series.

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Episode Links:

Kearon’s Youtube Series
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-75qkJij6g

The Electric Motorcycle he built
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=–Lqs8v0wpE

Kearon’s Conversion Specs
http://www.evalbum.com/2016

 

The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Storm Rides: E Scooters – EV Podcast 27

Storm Rides: E Scooters – EV Podcast 27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week Theo Talks to Andrew Altmann & David Cranwell the two directors of Storm Rides and best mates since childhood. Storm Rides is an EV scooter company most know for the fat tyre type scooter called the Cruiser S. Cool guys, cool scooters, great chat. Enjoy.

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The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Warren Willmot: Renault NZ – EV Podcast 26

Warren Willmot: Renault NZ – EV Podcast 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week on the podcast Theo chats to Warren Willmot; Sales and Marketing Manager for Renault NZ about the new Rene Zoe EV which will lands in New Zealand in 2020. We also talk about what Renault is doing on the international stage of EV development.

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The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

Volkswagen ID3 Goes Official – EV Podcast 25

Volkswagen ID3 Goes Official – EV Podcast 25

This week Theo Gibson and Paul Spain (NZ Tech Podcast) talk about the newly unveiled Volkswagen ID3. Also, Tesla Model 3’s start arriving in New Zealand.

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The EV Podcast is supported by:
OEM AudioNew Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables

If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.

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