Labor’s fuel emissions standards is ‘another broken promise’: Pitt


Former resources minister Keith Pitt says Labor’s recently introduced fuel emissions standards to increase electric vehicle uptake in Australia is “another broken promise”.

“They said they wouldn’t do this – I think Mr Bowen needs to be upfront about the fact that, as far as I’m aware, the two refineries left in Australia can’t produce that fuel,” Mr Pitt told Sky News Australia.

“So he’s saying to every Australian you’ll have to pay more for vehicles, in fact, as a government, we’re going to tell you what type of vehicle you have to buy.

“I just fundamentally…



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