NSW scheme for new electric car purchases | 7NEWS

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A scheme offering thousands of dollars in subsidies for new electric car purchases in NSW remains in the slow lane.

Critics say it’s a white elephant policy, but the NSW Government remains confident that drivers will embrace it.

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