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PUTTING THE BREAKS ON BRYONS TRANSPORT EMISSIONS

After an epic journey through Australia’s sun-kissed country side, a solar-powered tuk tuk has rolled into Byron Bay.

A team of engineers has built the electric-powered vehicle, talking with local school students about reducing transport emissions.

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