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Most Australian households are well-positioned for electric vehicles – and an emissions ceiling would help

By Ingrid Burfurd, Senior Associate, Transport and Cities Program, Grattan Institute, Grattan Institute
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Many people believe Australia’s shift to electric vehicles is stuck in the slow lane – another strollout, rather than a rollout. But while federal policies are still lacklustre, most Australians themselves are ready for the shift, according to our recent research.

We found most car-owning households will be able to charge their cars in their garage or driveway. Electric vehicles are also getting more attractive as purchase costs fall and battery range rises.

Australia’s world-beating solar uptake…The Conversation

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