Canada’s largest city has approved a plan to reach 100 per cent zero emissions from personal vehicles by 2050, through expansion of public charging networks, financial incentives, building code updates and more
Canadians have embraced the opportunity to buy electric cars with the help of a federal incentive, using nearly half of the $300 million allocated for the rebate in eight months
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Through Plug’n Drive, drivers can now receive $1,000 to ditch their gasoline car, in addition to another $1,000 towards the purchase of a used EV
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The charger’s connectivity and warranty information points to a back-end payment system which — combined with its relatively low price and potential for non-proprietary use — could present a competitive challenge for incumbent providers
The initiative to electrify the Ontario city’s bus fleet is a result of collaboration with federal and provincial governments
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Nationwide rollout at 90 of the iconic retailer’s locations a response to rising EV sales and joins raft of other EV charging infrastructure initiatives launching in 2020
The Automotive Parts Manufacturer’s Association’s Project Arrow will display the full extent of innovative Canadian automotive technology in a concept car coming in 2022
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For Canada’s Tesla owners, who represented more than half of battery electric vehicle buyers in first nine months of last year, the proprietary supercharging network aligns with several other projects bridging charging infrastructure gaps between urban and rural Canada
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The robot, which does not have an expected release date, would deliver and connect battery packs to vehicles, eliminating the need for dedicated EV charging spots
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The world’s top 25 electric vehicle cities account for 42% of global EV sales. From charging infrastructure to financial incentives, new research examines what they’re doing right
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