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- 1. Emerging challenges for Australia electric vehicle charging infrastructure
Structural challenges are emerging for Australia’s new electric vehicle charging infrastructure, with growing concerns regarding inter-operable access to charging stations, charging station availability, maintenance and customer behaviour while charging and trip planning.
Article, 26 Sep 2022
- 2. Looming tax challenges for the EV sector in Australia's Parliaments and Courts
Debate on the tax settings needed to encourage electric vehicle (EV) take-up gathers steam in Canberra, while all Australian jurisdictions have now intervened in the High Court challenge to Victoria's ZLEV Act.
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- 3. Uncertainty continues to develop in Australia's EV registration charge landscape
As Western Australia joins the list of States with EV registration charges, the new South Australian government introduces a Bill to repeal that State’s EV levy and two Victorian EV owners continue their constitutional challenge against the Victorian ZLEV Act in the High Court.
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- 4. Victorian electric vehicles drivers launch High Court challenge to new ZLEV charge
Two Victorian car owners have launched an action in the High Court against Victoria's new Zero and Low Emission Vehicle Distance-Based Charge Act 2021 (Vic), challenging its validity in light of section 90 of the Commonwealth Constitution.
Article, 25 Nov 2021
- 5. NSW passes Australia's second distance-based EV road user charge legislation
NSW joins Victoria and South Australia in applying a distance-based levy to each kilometre travelled by low emission electric, dual-power and hydrogen power vehicles, although with some significant differences.
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- 6. Distance-based road charging: Victoria introduces new Bill for electric vehicles
Victorian zero and low emission vehicle owners could soon be required to pay a charge based on the total kilometres travelled by the vehicle.
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