Coalition accuses Labor of ‘broken promise’ on EVs as Albanese Government flags potential fuel efficiency standards

Energy and Climate Minister Chris Bowen has flagged the Labor Government will pursue fuel efficiency standards to boost electric vehicle numbers in Australia – a move slammed by the Coalition as “another broken promise”.

The government on Friday announced it would release a discussion paper on EVs where it will float the prospect of introducing standards which forces international car manufacturers to increase supply of the zero-emissions vehicles.

But the move has come under fire as the proposal was ruled out in Labor’s $500 million “driving the nation funded”.

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