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I think that they need to organise renewable charging for their fleet, so that they can say that their "guaranteed no emissions ride" includes a no-emissions charge as well.

Still, a 36% reduction in emissions is not bad, and improving every month as an advanced nation like the USA installs more and more renewable energy.
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Hi Tesla owners.
Just testing the waters here.
My daughter is getting Married in a late morning ceremony in early February (weekend). She is organising nearly everything herself and is generally making careful selections of venue, food, band etc. to maximise enjoyment whilst minimising cost.
She has asked that the Vogue be the bridal car.
That's flattering but the lack of airconditioning means complex plans to get her close to the venue in an airconditioned car then swap to the Vogue for the last 1km (it's February = hot).

You know where I'm heading....
Is there a Melbourne based Tesla owner who wants to show off their car? It need only be a one-off ride, the departure of the bride and groom can be handled else-ways (unless the Tesla is keen to come back to Brighton and to take them to the city in the mid-late afternoon).

Just sounding out the Teslas, sorry waters...
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Hi Johny

Coincidentally someone asked the same question on the Tesla Motors Club forum only a few days ago, and several Melbourne members offered to help. I suggest asking your question there!

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That website is broken, but there's a Sydney based company that now has a fleet of white Model S providing emissions free transport (only recharged on renewable energy)

Evoke | Zero Emissions Luxury Chauffeur Service
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MDK wrote: Hi Johny

Coincidentally someone asked the same question on the Tesla Motors Club forum only a few days ago, and several Melbourne members offered to help. I suggest asking your question there!
Thanks Matt. I thought I'd start here as I have a history with the AEVA that I don't have with that forum. I'll try later this week if there are no "takers" here.
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im providing my Tes for a friends daughters wedding 1st April
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she is getting marred on April fools day?
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