CEO of Bolt Logistics unpacks the strategy behind the fleet’s drive into electrification

From start-up to one of Canada’s largest electric logistics fleets, Bolt Logistics is blazing a trail in commercial electric vehicle ownership and operation. In an Electric Autonomy Canada exclusive, CEO Mark Ang discusses the costs, strategy, upside, tradeoffs, decision modelling and rewards of being an early leader in fleet electrification

Major EV charging networks sign roaming agreement, opening door for more flexibility

Canadian electric vehicle fleet operators and drivers are set to benefit from the convenience of using one card or app to access chargers from some of North America’s largest networks

Vying for Canada’s flagship battery manufacturing facility: proposals brewing in Quebec, B.C. and Ontario

As the electric mobility industry quests to establish Canada’s national battery supply chain we look at three companies who are trying to put down factory roots in a critical demonstration of future potential

The inside track on why one major fleet operator is purchasing 6,500 Tesla and Workhorse electric trucks

In an exclusive interview with Electric Autonomy, Pride Enterprises CEO Sam Johal explains why he sees the company’s electric vehicle orders as a competitive advantage and teases their plans to roll out charging infrastructure on specific regional routes

Pride Group bets big on electric trucks with a second major outsized order

After announcing a deal to buy 150 Tesla Semis in November, the Mississauga trucking and logistics company just ordered more than 6,300 Workhorse electric last-mile delivery trucks