EV charging and carbon credits: How B.C. got it right and the federal government got it wrong

EV charging carbon credit programs offered by the federal and B.C. governments in their clean fuel regulations may look similar, but there are crucial success-defining differences that Canadians should be aware of, writes Maxime Charron

V2G from commercial fleet vehicles can drive Canada to a green future and the time to act is now

Canada needs a stable supply of electricity to ensure that electrification — a critical component of Canada’s net-zero strategy — can proceed. We should be going all-in on V2G

Plug and Charge, the best medicine for EV charging headaches — in Norway and North America

EV Society’s Stephen Bieda took a spin around Norway in a rental EV while at EVS35. Turns out even the world’s leading country in EV adoption struggles with a fragmented public charging network, Bieda tells Electric Autonomy Canada

I’m driving my Nissan Leaf through a Canadian winter for the first time. This is what I’ve learned so far

Through southern Ontario’s blizzards, freezing rain, fierce winds and frigid temperatures, Electric Autonomy’s managing editor, Emma Jarratt, shares the adjustments that driving an electric vehicle in the winter requires