Australia spends $30 billion annually importing oil. Shouldn’t that money be spent locally on Australian energy creating new jobs and powering an electric vehicle fleet?
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In the event of a disruption to oil supply Australia has 3 weeks reserves then no food in the shops, no hospital supplies, economic and social devastation – time to ditch our dependency on oil for our vehicle fleet
Embrace the Future
We are at the beginning of a renaissance in battery operated vehicles with developments in technology that will result in the replacement of our toxic global vehicle fleet with a more environmentally benign one. The results of this technological shift will be a significant reduction in air pollution, better health outcomes in our cities and less climate altering greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. It will also change the way we consider energy generation and storage.
As oil consumption leads to reductions in air quality, poor and expensive health outcomes – as supply becomes more uncertain with high strategic risks, as climate change accelerates, electrifying the vehicle fleet is the obvious way forward. Electric cars in Australia have been off to a slow start but for Strategic, Economic, Health and Environmental reasons, at MEC we believe the change to electric vehicles is an inevitability. Let’s make the switch.
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