The Victorian Branch of AEVA welcomes and supports Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass’ investigative report tabled in parliament on Wednesday 27th September 2023. The report highlights many of the complaints and frustrations Victorian electric vehicle (EV) drivers have been struggling with for the last two years. ...jump to this story
At the August meeting of the Global EV Alliance (GEVA) Raphael Héliot presented an update on policy and legislative progress in the EU as it relates to electric vehicle uptake, infrastructure development and battery stewardship. Progress is being made, but much work remains to be done. Crucially for Australia, many policy initiatives could easily be replicated here. ...jump to this story
300 AEVA members responded to our national EV policy survey, by ranking 18 policy areas according to their assessment of the relative importance of these areas.
The highest scoring areas were "Emissions standards" (to require suppliers to provide low emission vehicles), "Public charging" (including taking advice from AEVA on public charging needs), "Electric mass transit" (government investment in electric passenger bus and rail) and "Home charging" (including financial support for retrofitting apartment buildings".
Articles of interest from AEVA and others
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