More people lost their lives in road accidents over the past 12 months despite a push to halve fatalities on Australian roads, a report shows.
A Brisbane start-up's technology will enable electric vehicle owners to charge their cars from the comfort of their own homes.
More Australian tourists are seeking out environmentally friendly travel options and some say they will travel less – or not at all – if they cannot find them.
Electric car sales are booming in Australia but only when it comes to new models. Experts warn the second-hand market may take years to accelerate.
Petrol-powered bicycles are likely to be banned in Tasmania with serious injuries behind a government push to outlaw hoons on wheels.
The falling price of some electric cars is making more Australian motorists move but potential savings come from more than the price tag, experts say.
A first-of-its-kind road train with tanks made from aerospace material will launch in north Queensland in a move its makers say could cut emissions.
Taxi and rideshare trips are returning to and surpassing pre-pandemic levels in Australia's biggest city, according to a government report.
Taxi and rideshare trips are returning to pre-pandemic levels in Australia's biggest city.
The Australian chair of an electric vehicle giant says the nation must drive tech startups and renewable energy or risk being left behind.
All passenger vehicles rented by Toyota-owned car-sharing service Kinto will be hybrid models after customers demanded greener options.
Australian drivers are adopting electric vehicles faster than expected but, while cutting pollution, the trend is driving challenges for public charging.
An Australian man has claimed the world record for highest climb on an electric motorbike after riding up Mt Kosciuszko in a journey that cost less than $20.
Batteries to store solar power and power vehicles will be created in the Philippines as part of a new deal signed by a Queensland energy investor.
Federal Climate Minister Chris Bowen has taken a swing at his political opponents, claiming a "cabal of climate denial" runs policy in the federal opposition.
One in every two Australian businesses is likely to start electrifying vehicle fleets in the next two years and some are already stocking up on the cars.
Introducing an ambitious fuel-efficiency standard in Australia could cut pollution and save motorists money on fuel and car maintenance, according to research.
Thousands of Australian food delivery riders will be offered free high-visibility safety kits this month in a fresh bid to reduce injuries.
The price of another new electric vehicle has dropped below $40,000 in Australia on the same day the country recorded a record number of sales.
An Australian electric vehicle start-up, founded by three former Tritium executives, is planning to expand after securing a $5 million investment.
Reducing emissions from flights is the aim of $30 million in grant funding with a recent report calling sustainable fuel the "only viable near-term option".
More Australians will be offered financial help to secure a car after a no-interest loan scheme received a $500,000 cash injection.
More Australian drivers are getting behind the wheel of bigger and heavier vehicles and experts say it's not electric cars to blame for the growing trend.
Thousands more hungry Australians in regional towns will be able to access food deliveries as part of a new push in the industry.
The first prime-mover powered by hydrogen will hit Australian roads within months after PepsiCo revealed plans to trial the vehicle technology in Queensland.
A rush to beat the end of electric vehicle subsidies is on in Victoria while hundreds of subsidies remain available in other states.
A think tank has called for a critical minerals compact with South Korea to electrify the start of an onshore battery minerals processing industry in Australia.
Blue Mountains residents are concerned about plane noise impacting the World Heritage site after flight paths for the Western Sydney airport were released.
A mining conference has heard values-driven consumers don't want 'dirty' electric cars that use unsustainable minerals in their production.
The car subscription trend is about to turn five years old in Australia but companies say customers are not using the service as expected.
The lowest price for an electric vehicle in Australia has fallen even lower as automakers battle for a slice of the market.