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Electric Vehicle Tourism in Queensland

As part of the University of Queensland Business School’s TOUR 7040 Work Integrated Learning 2019 Group Project Placement, the Electric Vehicle (EV) research project was undertaken for the Tourism Division, Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games (DITID).

The report provides insight into the benefits of EVs, including the opportunities and constraints for EVs in tourism and Drive Tourism, and looks at a number of EV programs and case studies in Australia and overseas. The research shows that EV use in tourism positively impacts the environment and enhances sustainability for economic and social development, and provides suggestions on how the adoption of EVs could be encouraged for sustainable tourism purposes.

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  • Electric Vehicle Tourism in QueenslandPDF

    As part of the University of Queensland Business School’s TOUR 7040 Work Integrated Learning 2019 Group Project Placement, the Electric Vehicle (EV) research project was undertaken for the Tourism Division, Department of Innovation,...

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Category Business and industry
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Publication set custodian Innovation and Tourism Industry Development

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Innovation and Tourism Industry Development, Queensland Government, Electric Vehicle Tourism in Queensland, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 16 October 2019

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