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The electric car boom is back on the agenda in Australia.
While the country is still recovering from the bushfires that ravaged parts of the country in late 2016, the industry is expected to grow as much as 50 per cent this year.
It is expected that about 70,000 EVs will be built this year, with many of them coming from the US.
The new generation of electric cars is expected in about two years time.
Electric car manufacturer EVC is set to launch an electric vehicle in Australia in 2018 Evolv, a subsidiary of German carmaker Volkswagen AG, will unveil an all-electric car in 2018.
The company will build a 1,500km range electric car for sale in Australia and will sell it to consumers for $20,000.
The company’s CEO, Andreas Pützler, has said the car will offer a better range than a petrol-electric hybrid, while charging times will be about four minutes.
Eco-conscious Australian consumers will be able to buy a range of electric vehicles including the Tesla Model S, the Chevrolet Bolt EV, the Nissan Leaf, the Volkswagen Golf, the Renault Zoe and the Mitsubishi Eclipse.
It is estimated that Australia will have over 60,000 electric vehicles by 2020, and by 2025, that number is expected grow to about 200,000 vehicles.
The country is expected, in addition to electric vehicles, to produce more than 20,000 hydrogen vehicles.
A range of EVs in Australia Electric vehicles, like the Tesla, are set to become increasingly common in Australia because of the boom in the industry.
EVs have been gaining popularity with the mass consumer in the country, with more than 1.1 million vehicles sold in Australia last year.
The demand for EVs is expected continue, and there is a growing interest in electric cars in the rest of the world.
China has more than 50,000 miles of roads with electric vehicles in operation.
China’s government, which is keen to see a greener future, has already made plans to electrify all roads in the nation, and plans to introduce electric vehicles on public roads in 2022.
Australia will also be the first nation in the world to allow electric cars on the roads.
By 2020, the Government of Australia is aiming to have over 4,000 million electric vehicles registered in Australia, with an aim of having all EVs on the road by 2020.
While there is still a lot of work to be done, the electric car industry is predicted to be a $8 billion industry by 2020 and growing at 50 per per cent per year.
Updated March 06, 2020 12:20:49U2 have settled a complaint by Ux, the band’s management company, over the pay-outs of bonuses for members and the band, after the company received a letter from the UK government’s tax department in November.
The band, which has not performed since 2009, have been awarded £15 million from the British government’s department of culture, arts and local government (DCASL) in a settlement with the UK’s tax authority.
The tax department said the payment was “in recognition of the exceptional contributions made by U2 in its work in the UK”.
It added that Ux “have committed to pay the amount agreed and have complied with all the relevant tax and accounting requirements”.
U2’s manager, Peter Condon, said the band would not be making any further comment at the time of publication.
Ux’s management have not commented on the settlement.
U2 members paid up to £25,000 in bonuses to the band each year in the 1990s.
The payments were made on top of the members’ salaries and benefits.
The bands pay for a host of benefits including studio time, travel, accommodation and a monthly allowance.
The Ux letter to the UK tax authorities stated: “U2 pays a portion of its members’ income tax in the U.K. as it pays its members, but it is the UK Government that pays the rest of the band members’ wages.
This arrangement has been approved by the UK Department of Culture, Arts and Local Government (DCACL).”
The band have not performed in the country since 2009.