How EVs are charging into the car share market

Making car sharing the standard
The Fifth Estate
June 29, 2021

Placing every Australian in an EV will help cut down on tail-pipe pollution levels, but doesn’t solve the issues of manufacturing emissions, road congestion or the consumption of space used for storage.

Some see the future of EVs as a built-in and streamlined system of shared or communal ownership.

Australian property developer Cedar Woods has built EV car share facilities into two of its newest apartment buildings in the 6.5 hectare Jackson Green housing development in Victoria.

Once operational, residents from the buildings will be able to hire a Tesla Model 3 through a partnership with proptech company, Ohmie GO, which is looking to roll out similar schemes nationwide.

“Fully managed, on-site e-mobility and its integration with the built-form is the inevitable progression for all new large-scale residential developments,” Ohmie GO Chief Executive & Founder, Kyle Bolto said

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Ohmie GO is Australia’s first, and leading, electric mobility platform for buildings, which was founded in 2018. Ohmie GO is building the future of electric mobility and transport in partnership with Australia's most innovative and sustainable players in the property industry, changing the relationship between buildings and mobility.

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