Everything Electric Australia 2024 is the rebranded name for Fully Charged Live Sydney

    Everything Electric Australia, formerly Fully Charged LIVE, will make a return in 2024 over three days (Fri 9th – Sun 11th February) at a new venue the Sydney Showground at Olympic Park but with the same main sponsor NRMA.

    Building upon the success of the 2023 Show, Everything Electric Australia has grown both in terms of adding another day and expanded beyond electric vehicles displays and test drives to include sustainable home options and low emissions food.

    Speaking of which there will be a new area on the show floor called the Zero Carbon Kitchen, which will see vegan chefs from the UK and Australia creating plant-based meals powered by an electric car.

    Attendees can choose from a program of 50+ ‘live sessions,’ presented by Aussie and Kiwi experts such as Chris Jones (President AEVA), Bridie Schmidt (EV Hub Editor, NRMA), Youtubers Electric Chris (Chris Vanderstock), Ludicrous Feed (Tom Gan) and Gavin Shoebridge (Ecotricity NZ) as well as Fully Charged Youtube channel favourites Robert Llewellyn, Imogen Bhogal, Elliot Richards, Jack Scarlett etc.

    I’ll be participating in the panel titled The cost of ‘cleaner’ technologies? How much does it cost to switch?

    According to Dan Caesar, CEO of Everything Electric, the expansion of the show was inspired by the growing Australian interest and curiosity surrounding electric vehicles and sustainable living

    “With a hugely engaged Australian audience on both our Everything Electric and Fully Charged Youtube channels, we wanted to create an event that helped to provide Australians with all their electrification solutions under one roof”.

    “Whether test-driving electric cars, scooters, or immersing themselves in the latest electric home technologies, attendees will be able to enjoy a comprehensive journey into the world of electric possibilities”.

    “Additionally, attendees can engage in one-on-one consultations with Home Energy specialists, offering a unique opportunity to have their home plans expertly reviewed to ensure they’re maximising energy whilst minimising environmental impact”

    The line-up of confirmed exhibitors at present includes : A E-Bikes, Amber Electric, Ampol, Evie, EV Automotive Pty Ltd, Evnex, EVX, Fleet News Group, Good Earth Group, Home Loan Partners, JET Charge, MyCar, MyEnergi, NRMA, Office of Energy and Climate Change, Polestar, Savic Motorcycles, Schneider Electric, Simplygreen Salary Packaging, Sydney EV Chargers, Versinetic, VYRO, Whip.

    Entry is free for kids under 15 and there is a Kids Zone, offering engaging and educational activities that spark the imagination of the clean energy heroes of tomorrow. For the big kids (over 16), they can try out electric two-wheelers such as e-bikes, e-scooters and e-skateboards.

    A range of ticket options are available including 3-day passes starting from $70, weekend passes from $55, Friday and Saturday access from $45, and Sunday tickets available from just $35. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

    Neerav Bhatt
    Neerav Bhatt
    Thanks to his broad general knowledge, research skills and ability to explain complex issues Neerav Bhatt has appeared in the online, print, radio and TV media including: ABC (Online, TV, Radio), SBS (Online, Radio), BBC World Service (Radio), 10 News TV, Sky News TV, Australian IT, Technology Spectator, Ausdroid, iTnews, APCMAG, IDG CSO and a variety of other publications. In 2023 he joined the techAU team and represents them at Sydney events.

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