Turnkey program funded by Québec government aims to electrify 50 trucks in Montreal area and could be eventually expanded to include all of Québec and Canada
CleanBC initiatives set to receive increased funding include electric vehicle purchase incentives, EV charging infrastructure, energy efficiency plans for new buildings
Universities, research institutes to collaborate in study of performance potential of electric and hydrogen buses, cybersecurity measures and more
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Ivy will bring 73 charging locations to northern Ontario and urban areas, with charging speeds ranging from 50 kW with potential for up to 200 kW in some locations
The request is part of the federal government’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program, and requires applicants match 50 per cent of funding, projects have minimum of 20 chargers
Government of Canada collaborates with investment fund backed by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and more to bankroll Canadian clean energy tech companies
Both passenger ferries and pleasure crafts are beginning to electrify across Canada. As the sector comes to life, there is still much that can be done by forward minded policy leaders and investors
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Big week for the Québec utility includes a pair of deals that give further shape to a new strategic plan unveiled in December promising investments in an array of electrification initiatives
Municipal Electric Champion Awards will highlight three Canadian municipalities with policies and actions dedicated to electrifying public and private vehicles
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As growth in use of autonomous vehicles stokes demand for workers with computer science and engineering skills, education and political leadership is crucial to ensuring Canada can meet those needs