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Electric cars to be prioritized in South Australian fleets

The government of South Australia and the City of Adelaide have agreed to increase the uptake of electric vehicles as part of their commitment to the Climate Action Roundtable.

The roundtable, which includes state leaders from Victoria, Western Australia, the Australian Capital Territory as well as city representatives from Adelaide, Hobart and Darwin, also agreed to coordinate the planning and construction of electric vehicle infrastructure and the standardization of incentives.

South Australian Climate Change Minister Ian Hunter said state and city administrations have an important role in shifting public perception of electric vehicles, starting by using more electric vehicles in government fleets.

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Arnold

The S.A. Tesla MW battery is up and running making Musk's 100 day - or - free promise.

On day one it performed the task required and supplied a substantial instant response using surplus energy from the previous nights output from the co located wind farm.

The Many opponents that ridiculed the proponents were shown for what they are on day one!

Bobcom52

Good move from some states, hope they agreed on a charging standard so they can do bulk buys together.

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