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Transport is a significant source of Tasmania’s greenhouse gas emissions. Vehicle fleet costs are a significant expense for the Tasmanian Government, local government, private sector fleets and the community.

A key priority under Climate Action 21: Tasmania’s Climate Change Action Plan 2017-2021 is to reduce Tasmania’s transport emissions and costs by supporting the uptake of electric vehicles and improving fleet efficiency, through the Smarter Fleets Program.

Learn more about Tasmanian Government initiatives to reduce transport emissions:

Electric vehicles

Electric vehicles powered by Tasmania’s renewable energy have the potential to improve the efficiency of the State's vehicle fleet, through reduced transport costs and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Electric vehicles may also help improve the State’s energy security by creating further market demand for the generation of renewable energy produced in Tasmania.

Electric Vehicle Working Group

The Tasmanian Government has established the Electric Vehicle Working Group. The Working Group will provide advice to support the uptake of electric vehicles in a way that maximises benefits to the State. Read or download the Electric Vehicle Working Group Terms of Reference for more information on its role and membership.

Supporting a statewide electric vehicle charging network

The Tasmanian Government is taking action to support the rollout of a statewide electric vehicle charging network.

Learn more about the project.

Electric Vehicles in Tasmania

The Tasmanian Government’s Electric Vehicles in Tasmania: Current State of Play explores key considerations for supporting the uptake of electric vehicles in Tasmania. The paper is designed to inform the Electric Vehicle Working Group and start the conversation regarding the Tasmanian Government’s role in supporting electric vehicle uptake.

The Supporting electric vehicle uptake – Fact Sheet details the Tasmanian Government’s commitment to support electric vehicle uptake.

ChargeSmart Grants Program

ChargeSmart grants programs support Tasmanian organisations to install electric vehicle charging stations. Learn more about ChargeSmart Grants.

Smarter Fleets

The Tasmanian Government’s Smarter Fleets Program commenced in 2015 to reduce vehicle fleet greenhouse gas emissions and fuel costs by providing tailored guidance and support.

To date, participating fleets have:

  • revised vehicle procurement policy;
  • improved fleet data collection and analysis, and whole-of-life fleet costing; and
  • implemented smarter vehicle booking systems.

Current Smarter Fleets initiatives