EXCLUSIVE: Tesla’s blueprint for public EV charging in Ontario

Tesla’s wish list for Ontario’s EV charging ecosystem includes rapid expansion in MURBs, developing land for charging hubs and setting a public charging speed minimum of 100kW, according to new lobbyist documents and a letter to the government

Improving quality and reliability of e-mobility: smart charging, efficient grids, cohesive planning

The market share for electric vehicles continues to grow and stakeholders from OEMs to utilities are all part of the transition. Mobility solutions company Autocrypt highlights the need for quality and reliability in EV charging

Federal action plan shows how Canada’s ZEV policies will reduce transportation-related emissions

The Action Plan for Clean On-Road Transportation assembles existing policy puzzle pieces to show how ZEV sales targets, rebates and funding programs are creating a pathway to clean vehicles, in support of Ottawa’s overall 2050 net-zero pledge

Equity and reliability must be emphasized in Canada’s EV charging network development: CSA report

The Canadian Standards Association Group takes a deep dive into Canada’s EV charging network in their new report, Charging Ahead: Ensuring Equity and Reliability in Canada’s Electric Vehicle Network

Parkland doubles the size of its planned EV fast-charging network with $6.8-million in federal and provincial support

One of Canada’s largest fuel distributors and retailers, Parkland says it will now roll out a 50-site fast-charging network in B.C. and Alberta, with all sites expected to be open in early 2024

Experts talk navigating EV charging in condos, MURBs and stratas in Canada

Industry panelists in the final episode of Electric Autonomy Canada’s national discussion series on EV charging discussed ways for condos, MURBs and strata to meet growing EV charging needs