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The Australian Government has announced a $A74.5 million investment scheme designed to help communities and business adopt electric, hydrogen-powered and bio-fuelled vehicles.  Specific details of the new scheme, called the Futures Fuel Fund, are to be announced soon. It is expected, however, that it will subsidise the purchase of alternatively powered vehicles and infrastructure. This Continue reading Australian government announces $74.5m clean transport investment

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has praised the Federal Government’s new “Technology Investment Roadmap”. The roadmap explores how the uptake of low-emissions technology could be accelerated, in an effort to continue emissions reductions, without harming the economy or reducing consumer choice.  It also covers a range of sectors, including housing and transportation, and discusses the Continue reading Warm welcome for Australian government’s low-emissions tech roadmap

Despite the rise of electric power and increasingly challenging emissions targets, global automotive supplier Bosch is still investing in combustion-related technologies.  Volkmar Denner, chairman of the board at Bosch, has explained that the company envisions a broad range of technologies being important for future sustainable mobility – including conventional petrol and diesel engines, as well Continue reading Bosch not abandoning internal combustion engines – yet