How to save energy in a share house
13 May 2019
Keeping costs down in a house of three, four or more can be a little tricky. So here's some energy saving tips to make sure it’s good times, all the time!
23 March 2015
Over the past few years we’ve been working with Mitsubishi to support a move to greener, more energy efficient vehicles.
Since then, we’ve worked hard to deliver electric vehicle (EV) charging solution advice for customers, as well as providing charging installations in homes, businesses and publicly accessible locations across Australia.
With the arrival of the new Mitsubishi Outlander (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)) Origin has further strengthened its relationship with Mitsubishi to support a range of electric vehicle options.
We’ve been putting the Outlander to the test; by assessing the cars’ benefits, and we’re now deploying these vehicles across many of our business units for field operations.
The Outlander PHEV is an outstanding example of the technology that’s changing transport forever; a combination of a highly efficient electric drive with hybrid technology that will take you almost anywhere and bring you home again.1
The innovative plug-in hybrid system combines a 2.0L Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing Electronic Control System (MIVEC) petrol engine paired with high output 60 kW twin front and rear motors, and a high capacity 12 kWh drive battery that can produce a combined fuel economy of 1.9L/100km.2 Compare this to a similar sized petrol car, Toyota Kluger AWD Grange, which produces a fuel economy of 10.6L/100km, you can see it has a remarkable fuel economy.3
"The Outlander PHEV is an outstanding example of the technology that’s changing transport forever."
"When it comes to costs, it’s interesting to note that recharging costs can be half that of petrol or diesel, when driving in EV mode."