Australia’s next big decarbonisation challenge is transport, and it’s going to hit hard in 2021.
Renewables hit record highs, while coal slumps to record lows and a rebound in transport emissions underlines need for EV strategy, a new report shows.
Norway’s EV revolution is massive, but what more needs to be done to cut transport emissions?
New research from Radboud University in the Netherlands confirms that switching to EVs will reduce emissions in virtually every part of the world.
New report suggests costs for hydrogen produced by wind and solar will halve in next decade, beating fossil fuels and presenting huge opportunity for Australia.
Transport minister Michael McCormack misses the point about autonomous cars, saying only they might be good for grey nomads, and making no mention of electric vehicles.
Industry and academia can work together to address the challenges in an industry excited by the opportunties offered by EVs and autonomous vehicles.
For Australia, hydrogen holds great promise in the production of renewable, storable fuel. But this must be weighed carefully against any drawbacks – or better options.
EVs can help to significantly lower global transport emissions, but governments must develop the strategies to ensure they can achieve their full potential.
CEFC Clean Energy Innovation Fund makes $4m equity investment into patented Australian carbon fibre portable container technology that can cut transport emissions, costs.