Freight industry wants to go green but says government inaction is holding it back | ABC News

Freight industry wants to go green but says government inaction is holding it back | abc news

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Industry advocates say Australia could be a leader in zero-emissions freight vehicles, but when it comes to kickstarting policy – they say there’s a long journey ahead.

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