Talking Business#40 Interview with Domm Holland, co-founder of Fast

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure has been elevated by the Morrison government as a key  net zero “enabling technology”, two-and-a-half years after the Prime Minister mocked EVs as incapable of towing trailers, boats or reaching a family’s favourite camping spot.

This week’s UN climate summit in Glasgow is helping put a rocket under the global market for carbon credits, which have surged to record levels.

Global ready-to-assemble furniture vendor IKEA has installed four chargers for electric vehicles at each of its outlets in NSW and Victoria.

Andrew Forrest strikes deal with billionaire Bamford family to become biggest supplier of renewable hydrogen in UK, with focus on heavy transport.

Penfolds has released its most expensive ever bottle of wine - a five-vintage blend that retails for a wallet-scorching $3500


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