Since it was founded in mid-2004 this blog has become well respected for it’s fiercely independent editorial stance publishing critical articles without fear or favour. It is included in Google News as a trusted source of accurate and breaking news.
This blog is entirely independent and is owned by Neerav Bhatt. The site initially covered a diverse spectrum of topics including technology, photography and travel across Australia and around the world.
These days the focus is on helping Australians switch to electric vehicles as well as making their home fully electric, sustainable, climate resilient and disconnected from the gas network.
As well as writing on this site I am currently the Sydney correspondent for techAU covering electric car and infrastructure news as well as some consumer tech topics.
I was recently a guest on the elevate EV podcast chat with Bridie Schmidt giving tips to listeners about driving EVs in the real world, you can listen to the embedded podcast below or read the transcript with added photos.
Neerav Bhatt is community spirited and experienced in several fields including Journalist, Photographer, Librarian, IT & Support. View Neerav Bhatt’s profile on LinkedIn.
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: SBS World News Online, ABC News Online, ABC Tech & Games, ABC Local Radio and Radio National, BBC World Service Radio, 10 News TV, Sky News TV, ABC News 24, News Ltd online (Australian IT), Ausdroid, iTnews, APCMAG, IDG CSO, YHA Backpacker Essentials magazine, GEARE magazine and a variety of other publications.
He has been a panellist at quite a few conferences including at Fully Charged Live Sydney 2023 regarding a topic he is keen to educate the public about: electric vehicle public charging infrastructure/networks.
His skilful landscape and wildlife photography have led him to being invited to work with a wide variety of Travel and Tourism companies around the world including Tourism New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Travel Insurance Direct, Tourism Western Australia and the South African Dept of Tourism.