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Government's Anti-EV Agenda Increases Fuel Bills For Families

Tuesday, 9 July 2024, 4:57 pm | Better NZ Trust

The Government's latest anti-electric vehicle move - weakening the Clean Car Standard - will mean higher petrol bills for Kiwis for decades to come, says Kathryn Trounson, Chair of the Better New Zealand Trust. More >>

Government Plan To Gut The Clean Car Standard Would Increase Costs To Kiwi Drivers

Thursday, 27 June 2024, 7:33 am | Better NZ Trust

A new Bill being rushed through Parliament is part of the Government's secretive moves to weaken the Clean Car Standard. That would see New Zealand become a dumping ground for old gas guzzlers other countries don't want, and push up petrol bills ... More >>

Clean Car Discount Drives Emissions To Record Low

Wednesday, 6 December 2023, 10:07 am | Better NZ Trust

Newly released Ministry of Transport data shows the emissions of newly registered cars hit a record low in November as Kiwis flocked to buy hybrids and EVs, says Better New Zealand Trust Chairperson Kathryn Trounson. The average emissions of light passenger ... More >>

Open Letter: Call For Incoming Government To Delay Clean Car Discount Changes

Wednesday, 22 November 2023, 2:42 pm | Better NZ Trust

The Better New Zealand Trust has today written to Christopher Luxon asking the incoming government to delay any changes to the Clean Car Discount. National has pledged to scrap the scheme by 31 December. "People are making decisions right now on car ... More >>

Out Of Touch Politicians Need To Do The Right Thing On Clean Cars This Election

Sunday, 24 September 2023, 7:39 pm | Better NZ Trust

A Kiwi charity is leading the charge against politicians who want to pull the plug on clean car policies. The Don’t Pull the Plug campaign, launched today by the Better NZ Trust, calls on all political parties to commit to keeping the Clean Car ... More >>




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