In the second panel of Electric Autonomy Canada’s national EV battery supply chain series, three leading battery experts took deep dives into technology, centralizing research and post-vehicle applications
Panelists speaking at the first of Electric Autonomy’s weekly discussion series cite benefits of regional collaboration and the economic security implications of falling further behind
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The requirements, which bring Canadian standards in line with those in the U.S., address safety risks posed by quiet vehicles, including potential collisions with cyclists and visually impaired Canadians
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The Ontario auto parts maker has formed a new joint venture — called VoltaXplore — with Montreal graphene producer NanoXplore. They’ve committed $8 million to launch a demonstration facility, with plans for a 10GWh battery cell plant to follow
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From Frank Stronach to Daymak to ElectraMeccanica, a string of new and notable Canadian names are investing big money in a bid to build and capture the market for electric three-wheelers. Are buyers ready?
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It wasn’t a big-ticket item, but the $56.1 million earmarked in last week’s federal budget to advance standard-setting for charging and refuelling stations in Canada and the U.S. could have a significant impact in reducing barriers to EV adoption
Across Canada drivers are interested in purchasing an EV, but the greatest barrier remains equitable access, including: affordability, knowledge gaps and physical barriers
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Applicants have until June 2021 to apply for up to $5 million per project for charging infrastructure focused on public places, on-street, multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces and light-duty vehicle fleets
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