Forest River on track to triple electric bus sales in Canada through deal with Lightning eMotors

Demand for the company’s new 14- and 18-seat electric shuttle buses is high, says Forest River bus division president David Wright, citing a list of potential customers that includes transit agencies, universities, car rental outfits and private contractors

General Motors signals an all out commitment to EVs with announcements on accessibility and battery factories

With an eye to achieving their near-term electric vehicle market share goals GM is committing billions to more battery factories, autonomous vehicles and covering the cost of home chargers for customers

Union leader Jerry Dias on Canadian EV production: “We’re on the cusp of leading globally”

Unifor’s national president speaks exclusively to Electric Autonomy about the pivotal role that governments played in securing EV production in Ontario and what the Ford and FCA deals mean for Canadian autoworkers and supply chain

Uber drivers should not carry the economic burden of transitioning to EVs, says Canadian GM

In an exclusive interview, Uber Canada’s GM says the ride-hailing giant is looking to customers and the public to support the switch, and that its goal of 100 per cent EV use by 2030 in North American cities applies to those with “supportive EV policies”

GM Canada “actively collaborating” with Canadian charging operators as it launches new EV platform

The company’s statement — exclusive to Electric Autonomy — coincides with Cadillac Lyric “reveal” and follows GM’s commitment to fund 2,700 charging stations in the U.S. in partnership with EVgo

Transdev-Lion deal for 27 electric school buses shows why Quebec is winning in the EV economy

In an exclusive video interview, Transdev and Lion Electric explain how Quebec’s trio of attributes — clean energy, local manufacture, government incentives — paved the way for the deal, enabling Transdev to achieve a 99 per cent emission reduction with these vehicles