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

EV Charging National Discussion Series

You are invited to join a series of panel discussions as Electric Autonomy Canada hosts industry experts and key stakeholders taking a deep dive into the issues and opportunities facing the public electric vehicle charging experience in Canada

BC Hydro emphasizes EV charger accessibility with new designs, retrofits on existing stations

BC Hydro — following Hydro-Québec’s lead — announces they are changing the design of both old and new electric vehicle charging stations to improve accessibility for users with mobility limitations

NRCan report identifies need to accelerate EV charging infrastructure deployment

Updated projections for Canada’s public EV charging infrastructure, in a new report prepared by Dunsky Energy and Climate Advisors for Natural Resources Canada, offer a blueprint for future charging needs and federal deployment policy

The real story on how many EV chargers Canada actually needs

Everyone agrees Canada needs more electric vehicle chargers. But competing narratives, conflicting policy motives and incomplete data are clouding the debate about how many are enough and when and how we are going to get there. We try to set the record straight

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