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E-bike and e-motorcycle manufacturers set to triple sales in 2020
While the COVID-19 pandemic decimated parts of the global economy, it also created unique economic drivers in others. One of the “winners” in the new world we live in has been electric two-wheelers like e-bikes and e-motorcycles, which commuters have turned to in huge numbers.
Voluntary commitments alone won’t resolve ride-hailing’s growing carbon footprint
Lyft and Uber have pledged to electrify their Canadian fleets by 2030, but the more ride-hailing displaces transit, the more we need public policy to drive down its emissions, argues Dan Woynillowicz.
Volkswagen shows off all-electric ID.4's production interior
Volkswagen has unveiled the cabin design of its ID.4 in production form, an all-electric crossover that’s going to launch globally, including in Canada.
Were you waiting for our return? And so are we!
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Let's recall the facts with a brief review of spring 2020. The Montreal Electric Vehicle Show, which was originally scheduled to take place from April 24 to 26, 2020, had to be postponed to June 13, 14 and 15, 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
With three-quarters of its funding spent, is Canada’s EV purchase rebate program set for an expansion?
Over $225 million of the program’s three-year $300-million allocation to aid Canadians in buying electric vehicles has been used. Is there more to come?