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

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

New developments suggest Canada is about to play a greater role in Tesla’s global supply chain

A new plan to hire a critical minerals supply chain policy associate in Toronto, plus a rumoured deal with Vale to secure Canadian nickel and Tesla’s growing commercial and lobbying presence, all suggest Canada is about to play a greater role in the automaker’s global supply chain

Knowledge sharing, pilot project barriers and financial risk identified as main challenges for electrifying fleets, say industry experts

Last year dozens of industry stakeholders came together in a series of discussion forums to examine key industry problems and work on refining and discovering possible solutions to advance and grow EV adoption

Budget 2022 puts over $9 billion into EV battery supply chain, ZEV purchase rebates, suitability assessments and clean electricity

Investing in critical minerals comes out as a major line item for the Liberal government’s 2022 budget with greater emphasis put on transitioning medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and pushing Canada’s electrical grids to 100 per cent non-emitting sources