Parkland doubles the size of its planned EV fast-charging network with $6.8-million in federal and provincial support

One of Canada’s largest fuel distributors and retailers, Parkland says it will now roll out a 50-site fast-charging network in B.C. and Alberta, with all sites expected to be open in early 2024

Just 1 per cent of vehicles on Canadian roads are zero-emission, new StatsCan data shows

A new StatsCan publication of annual light- and medium-duty vehicle registrations through 2021 puts the current number of ZEV registrations in Canada relative to the total fleet in perspective

Experts talk navigating EV charging in condos, MURBs and stratas in Canada

Industry panelists in the final episode of Electric Autonomy Canada’s national discussion series on EV charging discussed ways for condos, MURBs and strata to meet growing EV charging needs

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