Eva Hakansson – Build and racing to the top!

Eva Hakansson has got something in common with all EVolocity students – she builds electric vehicles and then competes in them! Eva also holds the world record for fastest electric motorcycle, and also used to be the fastest female motorcycle rider. So she knows what it’s like to take a vehicle build from start to finish. And she might just have some tips for you!

Exploring career options in Canterbury

Choosing a career is a big decision in our young people’s lives. The best way to equip them for this is to expose them to as many real world experiences as possible on their journey through secondary school. With this in mind, our Canterbury students were invited on a tailored careers afternoon on Tuesday 8…

EVolocity launches in Taranaki 2021!

EVolocity in partnership with New Zealand’s new energy centre, Ara Ake, is launching in Taranaki in 2021. Schools in this region will be supported by sponsors Ara Ake and Evnex, and learning partner Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT), to design, build and ultimately race their electric vehicles as part of the EVolocity high schools programme.…

EVs&Beyond: Kiwi kids test their EV innovation

From p23 of EVs&Beyond Magazine Taking on the challenge of building an electric vehicle from scratch, students from EVolocity’s nationwide School science technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) programme vied for the coveted title of Innovation in Engineering Excellence at the Auckland regional finals on November 8. Against the backdrop of the RNZAF Base Auckland runway…