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In an eventful year for public EV charging, Canada just broke the 27,000-charger mark — one of the highlights in Electric Autonomy’s annual tally of public EV charger installations, by network, in Canada

Emma JarrattMehanaz Yakub
Mar 7, 2024
19 minute read

A long list of automakers is adopting Tesla’s North American Charging Standard connector. What does this mean for the EV industry, charging networks and EV drivers?

Mehanaz Yakub
Oct 19, 2023
7 minute read

Ever wonder what goes into building some of the world’s most advanced battery technologies? In the first part of the Behind the Battery series, Electric Autonomy visits the Jeff Dahn Research Group to find out what makes the lab so appealing to Tesla

Emma Jarratt
Aug 29, 2023
14 minute read

The meetings and exchanges, which occurred between 2020 and 2023, are part of a freedom of information document cache requested by Electric Autonomy

Emma Jarratt
Aug 22, 2023
5 minute read

Tesla is taking advantage of a government pilot program that allows all charging station operators to bill customers on an energy-based kilowatt-hour (kWh) basis

Mehanaz Yakub
Aug 4, 2023
3 minute read

The Tesla Model Y, Rivian R1T and R1S and the Hyundai Ioniq 5 are just some of the EVs ideal for your next “glamping” trip this summer

Mehanaz Yakub
Jul 28, 2023
7 minute read

Automaker will offer a NACS adapter in 2024 for Ariya drivers and begin adding a NACS port in EV models sold in Canada and the U.S. in 2025

Brian Banks
Jul 19, 2023
2 minute read

These companies join a list that includes FLO, ChargePoint, Ford, GM and Rivian, as the rush to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard gains more momentum

Mehanaz Yakub
Jun 30, 2023
5 minute read

We break down the impact of Ford and GM’s decision to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard, as it sparks a transformative shift in the EV charging landscape

Mehanaz Yakub
Jun 13, 2023
7 minute read

Last week’s deal between Ford and Quebec’s Nemaska Lithium was a Canadian coming out of sorts for Nemaska’s co-owner Livent. Electric Autonomy spoke to Sarah Maryssael, Livent’s Montreal-based chief strategy officer, to learn more about the lithium miner’s plans for this market

Brian Banks
May 30, 2023
8 minute read
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