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Electric vehicle technology jobs to grow 26 fold to 184,000 by 2030
As energy demand shifts away from fossil fuels, the zero emission economy looks set to benefit with a forecast of 360,000 jobs in clean transportation, according to a report by Clean Energy Canada
Tesla is following in the steps of an unlikely rival: Subaru
Tesla has long led the auto industry — sometimes controversially — with its driver-assist system Autopilot. Now, it finds itself suddenly following the lead of an unlikely rival: Subaru. The automakers couldn't be more different in many ways.
NFI unveils electric double-decker bus for North America
Bus and coach manufacturer the NFI Group has unveiled its first zero-emission, three-axle double-deck bus. The Enviro500EV CHARGE is the North American all-electric version of the company’s popular double-decker bus, and is produced by NFI subsidiary Alexander Dennis (ADL).
Honda pulls the plug on its Clarity plug-in hybrid sedan
Honda is pulling the plug on its Clarity lineup, including the Clarity Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) and hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV), at the end of the 2021 model year.
Testing a fascinating shaft-drive electric bicycle
As much as I love electric bicycles, I have to admit that we rarely see anything revolutionary anymore. The last few years of e-bike advancements have largely been incremental.