Propulsion Québec receives $8 million to launch EV charging and smart transportation development programs

The funding, from the federal and provincial governments, will support installation of over 600 new public EV chargers in the province and help launch several business development initiatives, including a defence-focused project, to boost Quebec’s intelligent EV industrial cluster

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

High-rise headaches: EV charging in Canada’s condos, apartments and MURBs a mixed experience

Electric Autonomy’s cross-Canada guide to municipal building code regulations for EV charging in multi-unit residential buildings reveals a fragmented patchwork of standards with many cities and entire provinces missing-in-action