Funding support for Green Mobility projects

Published on: 02 August 2022
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The federal government has provided cash to the engineering firm ENGIE Australia & New Zealand to support the construction of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in four states. Australians will be able to securely, swiftly, and conveniently top off their EVs thanks to this, which will reduce CO2 emissions by around 50,000 tonnes over the next ten years.

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand today received Federal Government funding to support the development of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in four states. Under the Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s Future Fuels Fund, ENGIE will build more than 100 charging stations in regions where more than 80% of all Australian car journeys occur. This will eliminate about 50,000 tonnes of CO2 over the next decade and will enable Australians to safely, quickly, and conveniently top up their EVs.

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