V2G from commercial fleet vehicles can drive Canada to a green future and the time to act is now

Canada needs a stable supply of electricity to ensure that electrification — a critical component of Canada’s net-zero strategy — can proceed. We should be going all-in on V2G

Canada’s EV charging networks grow, with fast charger installations up 39 per cent in 2021

Electric Autonomy Canada’s annual tally of Canada’s public EV charger installations and network buildouts shows faster growth in 2021, with a 39 per cent increase in DC fast chargers and 18 per cent charger growth overall

Three Canadian utilities announce plans for a spate of public EV chargers

The announcements — one in Saskatchewan, two in Ontario — signal growing interest on the part of regional and provincial utilities to lead in the deployment of robust public charging services to support EV adoption

Charity to refund “unfair” Saskatchewan EV road tax to electric drivers

The crowdsourcing charity Small Change Fund is calling out Saskatchewan’s EV road user tax as double-dinging electric drivers who already pay an additional $240 per year to SaskPower — a Crown corporation — to charge up at home

After a quiet launch, Federated Co-op’s EV charging network expanding in Western Canada

Seven of 16 Co-op Connect DC fast charging stations in an initial pilot program are now open in Saskatchewan and Alberta, with the rest coming this fall and next spring for drivers in all three Prairie provinces

Saskatchewan opens EV road-use tax debate in Canada

Saskatchewan will be the first province to implement a controversial tax on electric vehicles, bringing an issue that other jurisdictions in North America have already grappled with to the fore in Canada

City of Saskatoon running second pilot to study benefits of transitioning fleet to electric vehicles

Saskatoon’s latest pilot involves adding four Chevy Bolt’s to the municipal fleet, which the city is leasing to study emissions reductions, cost savings as well as vehicle durability