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Northern Territory adds 64 electric vehicles to its fleet

The Northern Territory Labor Government is spearheading the shift to a renewable future with the introduction of 64 new electric vehicles (EVs) into its fleet.

New report says EV sales to more than double in 2023, but outdated laws...

The Electric Vehicle Council has published its annual State of Electric Vehicles report, revealing that while EV sales are expected to more than double in 2023, Australia will continue to trail behind comparable nations in terms of customer choice unless critical legislative reform is implemented.

New electric vehicle strategy promises new fuel efficiency standard, boost in local manufacturing

A fuel efficiency standard as well as an increase in local manufacturing and recycling of materials are some of the key pillars of the newly launched National Electric Vehicle Strategy in an effort to remove barriers to buying electric vehicles (EVs).  

Jump Charging to deploy Tritium’s EV chargers across New Zealand

Tritium, Brisbane-based electric vehicle fast chargers, has ventured into a strategic partnership with Jump Charging, a green energy charging and fuel infrastructure business, to expand New Zealand’s access to fast charging infrastructure. 

Australia urged to match US EV move or risk being labelled as the world’s...

Australia's role as the world's dumping ground for outdated, high-emission vehicles will be reinforced if the Albanese Government does not act quickly to catch up with new fuel efficiency regulations as announced by the Biden Administration today, according to the Electric Vehicle Council.

Aussie gov’t officials call for more affordable EV supply

The Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership, Australia’s largest local government climate program, has released a major appeal to the Australian Federal Government, signed by 120 council elected officials, to boost the nation's supply of reasonably priced electric vehicles (EVs).

MinRes to adopt MEVCO’s all-electric utes to cut carbon emissions

Mineral Resources is the first West Australian mining company to secure units of Australian-made electric Toyota HiLux utes for its mine site operations.

Tritium receives biggest-ever EV charger purchase order from bp

EV charger manufacturing giant Tritium has received the largest single order in its history with its latest contract with British multinational oil and gas company bp. 

CEFC backs Taurus’ loan program to accelerate Australia’s EV uptake

CEFC is investing up to $20.5 million in a partnership with Taurus Motor Finance to boost the electric vehicle uptake in Australia. 

More than 100 companies push for 1 million EVs by 2027

Over 100 companies and organisations have called for a push to get 1 million electric cars on Australian roads by 2027. 
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