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Technology neutrality will provide better Australian outcomes than electric car obsession

23 Jan 2018

Minister Josh Frydenberg should avoid an expensive electric car fetish and not prevent Australian vehicles from being powered by gaseous fuels like LPG, CNG and LNG, which reduce pollution particulates almost to zero. Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia encouraged Minister Frydenberg to stay on-track working towards achieving the Turnbull Government’s… Read more »

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Next generation LPG Autogas vehicle facility opened in Melbourne

13 Dec 2017

Gas Energy Australia, the peak body for the downstream gaseous fuels industry, would like to congratulate Unigas, Prixcar and Sprint Gas on their joint initiative resulting in the opening of the LPG Autogas Centre of Excellence in Melbourne.

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GEA want Queenslanders to save up to $600 a year

20 Nov 2017

Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia, has called on all Parties and Independents to commit to gaseous fuels – to save hard working Queenslanders money on their power bills and provide a more independent and cleaner future for Queensland.

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GEA supports ALP’s plan to clean up Queensland islands

15 Nov 2017

Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia, supports the need to shift Queensland’s offshore islands and resorts from dirty diesel to cleaner gas and renewable hybrids.

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Government’s new power plan welcome along with more distributed energy

30 Oct 2017

Gas Energy Australia, the peak body for the downstream gaseous fuels industry, welcomes the Government’s just announced National Energy Guarantee (NEG). The new power plan, which will require retailers to meet standards for reliability and emissions reduction, will improve energy security, including affordability and reliability, as well as reduce emissions. “Recent electricity price rises, disruptions… Read more »

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