- From 16 March 2022, buyers of new eligible ZEVs with a dutiable price of up to $58,000 can apply for a $3,000 rebate. Available for the first 15,000 cars. The ZEV Rebate Scheme is limited to one per individual or up to five rebates per Queensland Business per financial year.
- Electric vehicles are registered in the lowest fee segment (min. saving approx. $70.00)
- The Qld Government has committed $10 million under the Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Scheme to add more public EV fast chargers to Queensland’s charging network. From 1 July 2022 until 29 August 2022 expressions of interest are open for co-funding of charging sites under the Scheme. Eligible entities can apply for co-funding of up to $3 million of the total project value with a maximum of 50% of funding being offered under the Scheme. The funding is to help support capital costs of purchasing equipment including charging stations as well as the cost to install and commission EV Fast charging stations.