Monthly Archives: May 2016

The legality of EN15194 Pedelecs in Tasmania

It’s the big question: are 250-watt EN15194-certified electric bikes legal to ride as bicycles in Tasmania? After doing my own research and corresponding with the responsible minister I think the answer is yes. I’m not a lawyer so don’t consider … Continue reading

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How Tasmania doesn’t fit in the Greens’ battery policy

The Greens have just announced a policy of tax rebates for those who are buying solar and battery storage systems. This is mostly an academic exercise when the other parties have minimal interest in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels … Continue reading

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Learning morse for the RD

Two weeks ago I began my first serious attempt to learn morse code. It counts as a serious attempt because I’ve been practising every day like I need to. The great thing about the Koch method and website I’m using … Continue reading

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