Queenslanders to save on fuel, permanently

Queenslanders to save on fuel, permanently

11 months ago
Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen and Minister for Public Works and Procurement The Honourable Mick de Brenni Queenslanders will have permanent access to real-time fuel price reporting after a two-year trial of the program delivered $9.8 million in savings to consumers at the bowser. Energy Minister Mick de Brenni said the Palaszczuk Government was delivering permanent fuel price reporting to save Queenslanders money as part of its economic recovery plan, as Queensland was Good to […]
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Tasmania adopts NSW govt’s FuelCheck price comparison app

1 year ago
The NSW government’s real-time fuel price comparison app, FuelCheck, has been adopted by Tasmania after service station reporting laws were introduced in the state. Customer service minister Victor Dominello on Friday said the Tasmanian government had entered a “fee for service” partnership with NSW to roll out the technology. Tamanaia’s app and website, dubbed FuelCheck TAS, launched earlier this month and uses government data to guide drivers to the cheapest fuel in their area. It […]
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Petrol-price apps valuable tool in budget armoury

1 year ago
Most Australian states and territories help their drivers to save hundreds of dollars a year by finding the cheapest available petrol at the click of a button. However, Victoria and the ACT remain holdouts when it comes to fostering more fuel-price transparency. The South Australian and Tasmanian governments have come in from the cold, with both recently announcing they would follow NSW, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland in mandating that petrol retailers report […]
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