Dr CLOSE (Port Adelaide—Deputy Leader of the Opposition) (14:18): My question is to the Premier. Did the Premier conduct any modelling on the impact that the electric car tax would have on the take-up of electric vehicles prior to announcing the additional charging stations? The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Minister for Energy and Mining) (14:18): Our […]View
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Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP
Introduction and First Reading The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Minister for Energy and Mining) (19:48): Obtained leave and introduced a bill for an act to amend the National Electricity (South Australia) Act 1996 and the National Energy Retail Law (South Australia) Act 2011. Read a first time. Second Reading The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN […]View
Second Reading The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Minister for Energy and Mining) (12:47): I acknowledge the comments and the contribution from the shadow minister. This is a pretty straightforward bill. It is an amalgamation of a lot of small pieces, each one being fairly separate, so it is not trying to be anything more complicated […]View
The Marshall Government is allocating $18.3 million in the upcoming State Budget 2020-21 to jump-start the uptake of electric vehicles in South Australia. “Consumers are saying there are two main barriers to electric vehicles which this policy will target – a lack of charging infrastructure and the availability of affordable models,” said Minister for Energy […]View
The Marshall Government is investing $60 million over the next two years to improve energy efficiency in government buildings, creating hundreds of jobs and cutting the taxpayers’ electricity bill. “The $60 million commitment is the largest per capita stimulus investment of any Australian Government in improving the energy efficiency of public buildings,” said Minister for Energy and Mining Dan van Holst Pellekaan. “Simple […]View