The automobile industry is in the midst of a technology-driven revolution. The industry transition to autonomous, connected, electrified and shared (ACES) vehicles has the potential to boost technological development and economic activity in the traditional manufacturing cities of the United States. This report is divided...
The ActewAGL’s Realising Electric Vehicle-to-Grid Services (REVS) project seeks to unlock the full economic and grid benefits of V2G (vehicle-to-grid) services in Australia. As part of the project, Australian National University researchers have produced this review of international V2G projects.
New vehicle technologies and fuels will drive the future of road transport in Australia. This document sets out the Australian Government’s direction and practical actions that will encourage the private sector to commercially deploy low emissions road transport technologies at scale.
This report outlines that transitioning Australia’s internal combustion engine vehicle fleet to electric vehicles will result in societal, environmental and economic benefits, that should be recognised and quantified in any discussions relating the to the costs and benefits of electric vehicles in Australia, including fuel...
This report highlights how business can play an essential role in influencing employee, customer and sector mobility options. The report provides examples of business using mobility tools to provide economic savings, improve employee health and wellbeing, and reduce GHG emissions.
This report summarises the findings from the, “Electric Vehicle Ready Local Government Fleets” project undertaken by ClimateWorks Australia. The key objective of this project was to increase electric vehicle uptake in Victorian local government fleets.
This report provides a snapshot of the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Australia with analysis and data on the EV market, the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) sector, charging infrastructure, mining and manufacturing, energy and environment, and government policy.
Through this policy report, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia is calling for a road user charge on electric vehicles. Applying a simple distance-based charge to electric vehicles will ensure every motorist makes a fair and sustainable contribution to the use of the roads.
Each year since 2009, the National Transport Commission (NTC) has published a carbon dioxide emissions intensity report on new Australian light vehicles. This is the latest in this series and provides data for 2019.