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Infrastructure Victoria panel calls for end of new petrol car sales, amid slow take-up of electric vehicles – ABC News

Less than 1 per cent of cars on Australia’s roads are electric, but a community panel picked by government advisory body Infrastructure Victoria wants to see sales…



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The following scenario could be difficult to imagine, when you consider 99 per cent of Australia’s cars are currently not powered by electricity.
By 2030, there would be no new petrol or diesel cars sold they would all be electric or hydrogen-powered. It would be compulsory for all new property developments to have electric charging stations, and governments would offer generous subsidies to encourage drivers to trade in petrol-guzzling cars in favour of low or zero emission vehicles.
However, these…

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