Uber is determined to play their part in making cities healthier places for people to live and work.
During the Global Climate Action Summit, ChargePoint announced a bold commitment to expand its charging point network to 2.5 million places by 2025.
The oil industry is seeing the writing on the wall when it comes to electric vehicles and several oil industry giants have recently made significant investments in electric vehicles.
As gas prices soar, a new BC Hydro report says Electric Vehicles (EVs) aren’t as expensive as you think.
New multi-family residential developments, such as condominiums, built in Vancouver next year will require Electric Vehicle charging capabilities in every parking stall except those for visitors.
Condo boards are increasingly aware of the growing popularity of EVs and the possibility that their condo units might start losing some of their real estate value if they don’t make the switch to at least partial EV charging availability. Continue reading “Condos Grappling with Demand for EV Charging”
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?”