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We are making NSW the easiest and most affordable place to buy and use an EV in Australia.

In close consultation with industry and other stakeholders, we have developed a balanced package that reduces the barriers to purchasing an EV while ensuring the State will have a sustainable and fair road funding system into the future.

Read the EV strategy

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EV strategy

The NSW Government’s EV Strategy will drive sales of EVs to more than 50 per cent of new car sales by 2030-31, preparing the NSW road network for a low-emissions future.

Under this EV Strategy, the NSW Government is:

  • Making it easier to afford an EV by providing incentives and phasing out stamp duty on eligible EVs.
  • Transitioning the entire NSW Government passenger fleet to EVs by 2030.
  • Investing $171 million to build world class road network of ultra-fast charging stations.
  • Introducing a distance-based road user charge (RUC) for eligible EVs of 2.5c/km from the earlier of 1 July 2027 or when EVs reach 30 per cent of new vehicle sales.

Contact

For queries please email:

TaxReformTaskforce@treasury.nsw.gov.au.

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EV rebates

NSW is reducing the upfront cost of eligible EVs by providing a cash rebate up to $3,000.

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Abolish stamp duty

We are reducing the financial barriers to make purchasing eligible EVs more accessible.

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NSW Government fleet

Transitioning the government fleet to EVs will significantly reduce emissions by 2030.

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Infrastructure funding

Providing everyone in NSW with access to charging infrastructure.

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Road user charge

Our plan ensures NSW has a sustainable and fair road user system.

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FAQs

Read common questions about the electric vehicle reform.

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