Gold Coast purchased six Hyundai Ioniq EVs to replace gas-powered fleet vehicles. Each EV can travel up to 300 kilometers per charge with an empty-to-full charge requiring six hours. The council uses solar-powered chargers at Karp Court, Nerang, and Waterside West public buildings to power EVs. This fleet conversion continues a history of zero-emission vehicle use starting with a 2010 EV trial.
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City of Gold Coast | Electric vehicles
The City is replacing a number of petrol and diesel fleet cars with hybrid electrical vehicles in an effort to reduce carbon emissions.
City of Gold Coast | Climate change
Find examples of some of the positive actions the City has been taking to in reponse to climage change.
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