Transport is on track to be Australia’s largest emitting sector by 2030, highlighting the critical importance of improvements to the affordability of electric vehicles as part of the decarbonisation agenda.
Emissions from cars and light commercial vehicles are projected to increase as the population and economy grow. The CEFC is working across the economy to accelerate investment in measures to reduce transport-related emissions, including mode switching from road to rail, the electrification of urban transport, charging infrastructure and finance for fleet and residential electric vehicles. Through the Clean Energy Innovation Fund, we are also financing startup companies targeting transport emissions.
Splend fast tracks EV rideshare numbers to drive decarbonisation
Read moreSplend’s vision is to lead rideshare to a more sustainable future and deliver more affordable vehicle subscriptions to on-demand drivers. We are delighted to work alongside CEFC as we work to achieve our global fleet target of 10,000 EVs by 2024.Chris KingCEO, Splend
Firstmac Clean Green car loans drive electric vehicle uptake
Read moreThese popular loans are a valuable tool in the fight to cut vehicle-based emissions, because they mean that people can save money and help the environment at the same time.Kim CannonManaging Director, Firstmac
Taurus green loans for EVs are electrifying
Read moreCost has been one of the biggest barriers to EV uptake in Australia. For the first time the Australian consumer has a genuine choice between and EV and an ICE vehicle and we are excited to support this green funding initiative.Luke ToddCEO and Managing Director, EV Direct
JET Charge gets smart with electric vehicles
Read moreJET Charge is in a unique position to ensure that Australia and New Zealand are ready for the mass adoption of EVs. We have grown from a business that digs trenches and installs cables, to become the market leader in EV charging infrastructure and technology, and a company that is shaping the industry by solving challenges for business, governments and EV owners.Tim WashingtonCo-founder and CEO, JET Charge