EV charging in condos and MURBs
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Public documents and industry sources confirm to Electric Autonomy that the federal government is in early consultations regarding possible future updates to the National Building Code to include “EV ready requirements”

Emma Jarratt
Mar 5, 2024
5 minute read

Some wins punctuate the many challenges of putting EV charging into MURBs. But there’s a long way to go to make it seamless, according to our expert panel

Mehanaz Yakub
Nov 15, 2023
6 minute read

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

Electric Autonomy Staff
Oct 23, 2023
2 minute read

Installing and accessing EV charging in an existing multi-unit residential building is no easy feat. SWTCH shares a story that offers a blueprint for success

Presented by SWTCH
Oct 19, 2023
5 minute read

In a letter with 100 signatories, the Atmospheric Fund is asking the federal government to provide funding for EV-readiness in multi-unit residential buildings

Mehanaz Yakub
Aug 3, 2023
4 minute read

The bylaw tracker serves as the comprehensive Canadian guide to those jurisdictions making sure MURBS, condos and stratas are EV-ready

Electric Autonomy Staff
Jul 5, 2023
3 minute read

Electric Autonomy’s latest annual EV-ready multi-unit residential building bylaw report finds some Canadian cities are making progress in lowering barriers to at-home EV charging, but many still lag

Josh Kozelj
May 24, 2023
9 minute read

Charging solutions provider EVdirect offers Evolute as an agnostic way to deliver power and manage the electrical load in a multi-unit residential building to accommodate for EV charging — today and in the future

Presented by EVdirect
Apr 24, 2023
6 minute read

New SWTCH Control energy management system, which has spent six years in “stealth” testing, uses existing building infrastructure to expand EV charging capacity

Josh Kozelj
Apr 3, 2023
3 minute read

Cafu En Charge, a mobile electric vehicle charger and app, developed by Cafu in partnership with Quebec’s Innovative Vehicle Institute, begins its first commercial pilot in Montreal this week

Mehanaz Yakub
Mar 26, 2023
6 minute read
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