The $105 million initiative – implemented through a reverse auction process – will help accelerate the shift to EVs and reduce emissions in NSW by supporting the purchase of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) or fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).  -  Photo: AfMA

The $105 million initiative – implemented through a reverse auction process – will help accelerate the shift to EVs and reduce emissions in NSW by supporting the purchase of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) or fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Photo: AfMA

The Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) opened round two of its Drive Electric NSW Fleets Incentives program, following the success of its debut first round, reports the Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA).

With a bidding window open until October 25, the program is open to individual fleets (business, local councils, and non-government organizations operating a fleet of at least 10 vehicles) as well as to aggregators (fleet management organizations and private business offering fleet leasing arrangements in NSW), AfMA describes.

The $105 million initiative – implemented through a reverse auction process – will help accelerate the shift to EVs and reduce emissions in NSW by supporting the purchase of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) or fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), according to AfMA. Additional funds are also available for smart base charging.

For further details and guidance on the incentives program, AfMA will host a free webinar August 31, noon Sydney time. The session will highlight various state-based incentives for zero-emission vehicles and infrastructure, incentives available in NSW, and success stories from previous incentive recipients. To register, visit the AfMA website.

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