Australians will be able to charge their Electric Vehicles (EVs) in more locations in rural and regional Australia, with the Albanese Government partnering with the NRMA to build 117 fast EV charging sites on national highways across the country.
Today the Albanese Government’s second Investor Roundtable was held in Brisbane – providing a platform for governments, investors, banks, global asset managers and superannuation funds to work together to boost investment in cheaper, cleaner, more reliabl
The Albanese Government is helping businesses reduce the upfront costs of switching to EVs, with $6.2 million in funding towards an innovative project with Origin Energy which will see electric vehicles made available to their business customers.
Australia has significantly stepped up its clean energy ambitions since the election of the Albanese Government, according to a review of Australia’s energy sector released by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The Albanese Government is delivering on its commitment to improve accessibility of cleaner, cheaper cars for Australians with a new $70 million round of grant funding for charging infrastructure, to be delivered through the Australian Renewable Energy Ag