City council received a letter, May 25, from the Town of Edson inquiring about the city’s potential interest in contributing seed funding to an electric vehicle charging network.Continue reading “City may endorse development of electric vehicle charging network”
Auto sector is now retooling to make life-saving ventilators, but to thrive post-COVID, revving EV production will be keyContinue reading “How EV production can help refuel Canada’s post-pandemic economy”
OTTAWA—Transport Minister Marc Garneau is thinking about expanding the government’s rebate program for people who buy electric vehicles after eager car-buyers gobbled up nearly half the funds in just eight months.Continue reading “Canadian consumers flock to federal rebates for EV purchases”
The Town of Drayton Valley is going green with the addition of solar-powered street lights and “juice bars” to charge electric vehicles. Continue reading “Drayton Valley unveils solar street lamps, EV stations”
The Peaks to Prairies electric vehicle charging network is taking shape as Canmore, Alta. plugs in the first of 20 planned charger sites. Continue reading “Canmore plugs in 1st chargers for EV network”
The City of Airdrie has celebrated the completed installation of Canada’s largest municipal rooftop solar field consisting of 3,800 panels.
In a province where 90% of power comes from fossil fuels (Bentein, 2017), it may seem unreasonable to imagine a future where Electric Vehicles (EVs) dominate Alberta’s urban landscapes. However, a paradigm shift is on the horizon when it comes to this controversial issue. Continue reading “Does Alberta have an Electric Vehicle Future?”