Canada Post is electrifying 14,000 last-mile fleet vehicles. We go behind the scenes of that decision

In an exclusive interview, Ian Kerr, vice-president of business transformation at Canada Post, offers Electric Autonomy Canada a backstage look at the corporation’s new $1-billion commitment to electrify its 14,000-vehicle fleet

Meet the Canadian women solving problems, digging deep and changing the face of the mining industry

In honour of Women in Mining Day, Electric Autonomy Canada spotlights some of the leading women in the Canadian mining sector. While there remains a steep climb to gender equality, signs of progress — including opportunities due to mining electrification — are encouraging

B.C.’s Nano One buys $10.25-million cathode active material facility in Quebec, inks deal with BASF for battery development

The BASF partnership, coupled with the acquisition of one of North America’s only lithium-iron phosphate (LFP) battery materials facilities, helps move Nano One closer to its goal of becoming a low-cost producer of high performance cathode powders for use in lithium-ion batteries

Electricity access in Ontario under spotlight as questions hover about previously unannounced LG Chem battery supply factory

More questions than answers surround the fate of a potential LG Chem factory deal in Windsor, but the resulting scrutiny has turned electricity supply into a hot topic in the Ontario election campaign

Sudbury EV battery supply chain conference unites stakeholders: “We need to do more”

From Indigenous relations to sourcing raw materials to waste reduction to value-added manufacturing, experts at Sudbury’s marquee event were unanimous that realizing Canada’s enormous EV battery supply chain potential hinges on further cooperation and commitment from all participants in the sector

High-rise headaches: EV charging in Canada’s condos, apartments and MURBs a mixed experience

Electric Autonomy’s cross-Canada guide to municipal building code regulations for EV charging in multi-unit residential buildings reveals a fragmented patchwork of standards with many cities and entire provinces missing-in-action