Australian projects to cut emissions from air travel will get a $30 million boost and support from a new industry body.
Autonomous flying taxis are still a possibility for Australia, researchers say, but will need strict regulation and more research into urban wind gusts.
Queensland Police will add five electric vehicles to its highway patrol fleet in a one-year trial of the technology to be held throughout the state.
MG has revealed plans to launch the cheapest electric vehicle in Australia three days before rival BYD had promised to set a new price record.
A new study reveals trading petrol for electric ride-share cars could significantly cut vehicle emissions but may increase traffic congestion.
Australia is expected to see the cheapest electric vehicle launch into the market within days in a move experts say could ignite greater competition.
Electric ferries, dubbed EVCats, could become the latest addition to Brisbane's public transport network following the announcement of a feasibility study.
Next-generation technology could help electric car owners work out the best times to refuel their vehicles using energy from wind, sun and water sources.
Another 500 electric vehicles will be offered on subscription to rideshare drivers in Australia as part of an investment in replacing petrol cars.
Shareholders could force Australia's most popular car brand to reveal details about its lobbying and speed up electric car development under new proposals.
Uber is launching a green rideshare option in Australia in a move experts say will give some people access to their first ride in an electric vehicle.
Victoria is scrapping its electric vehicle subsidy almost one year earlier than planned in a move experts say could impact efforts to cut transport pollution.
Board appointments for the new high-speed rail authority have been announced and will oversee the proposed fast train network on the east coast.
Many Australian motorists are considering an electric vehicle, according to new research which also shows few think they will own a petrol car by 2040.
The shift to electric vehicles will leave Australia to deal with a huge battery stockpile and experts say the nation needs an urgent plan for the waste.
The price of getting around is soaring in Australia and a new report reveals households in some cities are paying more than $500 a week for transport.
A supermarket giant has pledged to replace its diesel home delivery trucks with electric models in a move green groups say could trigger industry change.
Tesla and BYD are leading the race to electric transport, according to an international report, while traditional automakers Toyota, Mazda and Suzuki languish.
Submissions to Australia's fuel-efficiency standard are calling for a bold air pollution limit for new cars and a quick transition to electric vehicles.
A hub for Australian-made materials for the world's electric car batteries is in doubt after the federal government pulled the plug on a $120 million grant.
Australia's national airline is calling on the federal government to mandate the use of environmentally friendly fuel to cut carbon emissions from air travel.
Falling prices and advances in electric vehicle technology could mean zero-emission cars represent at least half of all purchases by the end of the decade.
New apartment buildings must feature electric vehicle charging later this year but older complexes face a potentially tricky yet vital upgrade, experts say.
A climate group has accused representatives for Australia's biggest car makers of privately lobbying the government for weak vehicle pollution cuts.
Another 33 regional towns have been earmarked for electric car chargers in a $20 million project to extend Queensland's "electric super highway".
Motorists are being encouraged to share their thoughts on a new vehicle policy, with one group suggesting Australia should aim to catch up to the US by 2030.
Australians will need to walk, cycle and catch more trains to significantly cut emissions by 2030 and cannot do it with electric cars alone, a report warns.
Australians are being asked whether electric vehicles should make more noise, technology that one report says could save dozens of lives.
Australia could turn its farming waste into a world-leading carbon-cutting industry, with a unique opportunity to lead the world in eco-friendly fuels.
Electric trucks are finally rolling out of factories and into showrooms but many will not hit Australian roads unless weight and width rules change.
Zero-emission trucks will go on show in Brisbane this week in an event where green prime movers may outnumber their diesel counterparts.