Zero-emission vehicle registrations in Canada drop to 7.5 per cent in second quarter of 2022

After a booming first quarter that saw battery-electric and plug-in hybrids take a record 8.3 per cent share of new vehicle registrations in Canada, data from S&P Global Mobility shows a pullback in Q2, though year-over-year growth is still strong

Zero-emission vehicle registrations in Canada top 6 per cent for first time ever in Q4 2021

While registrations fell in absolute numbers across the board in Q4 versus Q3, the market share of battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles reached a new high of nearly 6.2 per cent, according to Statistics Canada. For the year, ZEV market share was 5.2 per cent, up from 3.5 per cent in 2020

EV registrations surge 25.7 per cent in Q3 2021 compared to Q3 2020 despite overall all-vehicle decline, StatsCan says

Year-over-year new battery electric vehicle registrations in Canada were up a noteworthy 25.7 per cent in Q3 2021 versus Q3 2020, according to just-released data from Statistics Canada, despite an 8.2 per cent drop in total vehicle registrations

Canadian battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle registrations surged 89 per cent in Q2 2021, according to StatsCan

StatsCan’s latest report, for April to June 2021, holds encouraging news: year-over-year zero-emission passenger vehicle registrations increased at a faster rate than combustion engine vehicles, representing 4.9 per cent of the total market

Zero-emission vehicle market share in Canada rose to 3.5 per cent in 2020, according to StatsCan’s official release

The data, released with an enhanced set of market trackers, shows that while the raw total of battery and plug-in hybrid EVs sold was down slightly from 2019, percentage growth was up in a year when the entire auto sector was set back by COVID-19