A complete guide to NACS adoption by EV charging networks in Canada

As many of Canada’s electric vehicle charging networks prepare to adopt NACS ports, Electric Autonomy presents a guide to their deployment timelines and plans for existing infrastructure, based on our exclusive networks survey

2023 EV charging networks report: Canada’s public charger installations grew 30 per cent since start of 2022

Canada’s public EV charging networks have broken the 20,000-charger mark — one of the highlights in Electric Autonomy Canada’s latest annual tally of public EV charger installations, by network, in Canada

Canada’s EV charging networks grow, with fast charger installations up 39 per cent in 2021

Electric Autonomy Canada’s annual tally of Canada’s public EV charger installations and network buildouts shows faster growth in 2021, with a 39 per cent increase in DC fast chargers and 19 per cent charger growth overall

Understanding Demand Charges Part 2: What you need to know and why?

In this article, the second in a two part series, we dive deeper into why demand charges slow down progress with EV charging and climate action more broadly

Understanding Demand Charges Part 1: What are they and why they need to change

Expert analysts have big expectations for electric vehicles (EVs) in 2022. BloombergNEF predicts that global sales will surpass 10.5 million this year, about four million more EV sales than in 2021.

Oakville’s main street EV charging network a model of integrated city planning in action

A downtown makeover proved the perfect opportunity to integrate new charging station infrastructure into the town’s fabric. Coupled with an EV mandate for the local Ford plant and a major order for electric city buses, Oakville is embracing a zero-emission future

Canadian EV charging networks post double-digit growth since start of pandemic

You’re not just imagining it. There are more EV charging stations out there. Our latest tally of Canadian charging network deployments shows a 22 per cent increase in fast-charger installations since last March. Despite a rough 10 months, there are now fewer gaps in Canada’s EV infrastructure

Vancouver’s EV infrastructure set for new gains after city passes Climate Emergency Action Plan

Principles of accessibility and availability underpin charging expansion plans to ensure half of all kilometres driven in Vancouver are in zero-emissions vehicles by 2030