What you need to know about the new EDSB electric vehicle certification program

A new program that aims to give electric vehicles a shot in the arm is starting to gain momentum.

Key points:The Australian government has approved EDSBs to replace conventional diesel-electric vehiclesA test site for the new program was set up in VictoriaA major milestone was reached on Wednesday, when the Australian government approved the first of three EDSb test sites to be built on the Gold Coast.EDSb (electric vehicle certification) is an ambitious scheme that will be rolled out across Australia, and has the potential to make the electrified vehicles the dominant form of transport by 2035, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Electric vehicle manufacturers have been working on a suite of EDSs since at least 2011, when an early prototype of an EDS was developed and installed in Victoria.

“We have seen an incredible surge in interest and interest in electric vehicles in the last two years, particularly among young people and those who are interested in sustainability,” EDS director of policy and advocacy David Cunliffe told ABC News.

“It’s been a very exciting period of time, with a lot of activity, a lot happening in the community.”

So we are seeing an amazing rise in interest.

“A range of technologies are in place for the test site in Victoria, including the use of low-pressure hydrothermal systems to simulate the heat of a high-speed supercharger.”

This is the type of project that we have been pushing on for many years and I think it’s been well received and it’s going to have a significant impact on how we go about our electric vehicle testing program,” Mr Cunlawe said.

The EDS is the world’s first certification program for electric vehicles, and comes with a range of regulatory requirements.

The program is set to be rolled-out across Australia by 2020, and the first test site is expected to be operational by the end of 2021.

The first test will take place in the Western Australia town of Wyndham in December 2021, and will test a range and range of technology.

The site, known as the Wyndam Station, will be built at a site in the Kimberley region of Victoria.

The test site will be operated by the Australian National University’s Centre for Ecological Engineering and Environmental Science (CSEES) and the University of Melbourne’s Centre of Excellence for Climate Change and the Environment.”

There are two main objectives that the EDS program is aiming to achieve,” Cunlaiffe said.”

Firstly, the Edsb program is aimed at improving the performance of EVs, and secondly, it is aimed to improve the environmental impacts of EVs.””

Emissions reduction”The Eds program aims to reduce emissions by 40 per cent by 2030, which will result in a reduction in the number of vehicles and associated emissions by over 30 per cent, CunLiffe said, without specifying a specific figure.

The goal is to achieve that by 2030.

The project is part of a wider program to improve energy efficiency for people and businesses, with the government also set to approve new energy efficiency standards for the electric vehicle market, the ABC understands.

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