Queensland government plans to set up 2,500 EV charging stations in Australia

Policy & Regulation
ATI News Team

About 500 EV chargers of the planned lot will be for the state government's vehicle fleet, Q-Fleet

The Queensland government in Australia plans to install 2,500 electric vehicle charging stations across the state over the next three years, according to a news report published by ABC News on October 24.

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