EXCLUSIVE: Tesla files more public documents about a potential Canadian factory, as clues emerge as to what it might make

For the second time this month, Electric Autonomy Canada can report that new Tesla lobbyist registry documents show the automaker is in formal manufacturing talks — this time with the federal government. But what kind of factory is on its mind? Batteries? Vehicles? Or something else in its supply chain?

Women leading on climate: Catherine McKenna’s vision for a clean Canada

For International Women’s Day, Canada’s former minister of environment and climate change and minister of infrastructure and communities sits down with Electric Autonomy Canada for an exclusive interview on harnessing female talent and taking meaningful climate action in transportation

GM, Posco to build $500-million Canadian cathode active material factory in Quebec to supply Ultium battery factories

General Motors Canada’s David Paterson tells Electric Autonomy Canada exclusively what GM’s new facility in Bécancour Industrial Park, slated to begin operation in 2025, will mean for the company and for Canada’s EV battery supply chain

Quebec requires eight-fold increase in EV charging infrastructure to meet 2030 demand, says new ICCT report

An in-depth provincial analysis, with an additional close-up on the city of Montreal, highlights the scale of charging infrastructure needed to achieve EV adoption goals — both in Quebec and across the rest of Canada

Project Arrow and the final mile: the APMA’s Flavio Volpe says Canada’s own electric car is nearly here

At the end of 2022 the real life prototype of the Project Arrow vehicle will be unveiled to the world. In an exclusive interview, one of the project’s core leaders recaps the journey and sets the record straight on future plans

Peak Power and Hydro One unveil a potentially “game-changing” vehicle to home charging pilot

Ontario’s largest utility and a Toronto-based AI company are collaborating to run a pilot program that will see up to 10 Nissan Leaf-owning households participate in a vehicle-to-home, bidirectional charging program

Britishvolt reveals plans for 60GWh Canadian battery cell factory, cathode and anode production and R&D centre

The UK-based technology and manufacturing firm is incorporated in Canada, has a Montreal office and tells Electric Autonomy in an exclusive interview that it is close to securing premises in Quebec for its second gigafactory to serve the North American EV industry and plans to expand into cathodes and R&D

What now? Canada’s EV and transportation leaders weigh in with reactions to the federal election results

With the Liberals clinching a third term in office, Electric Autonomy Canada canvased 15 clean transportation sector stakeholders for their perspectives on what policies and next steps will flow from Canada’s decision