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Car Review: Volvo S90 T8 Recharge
Reinventing any company is something that needs to be done very carefully. In Volvo’s case it was needed because it was badly broken. The changes have been wholesale and are now paying big dividends. At one time, the joke was Volvo kept the box and threw the toy away! That was then; this is now.
Industry leaders are eager to see details of federal plan to update EV charging station standards
It wasn’t a big-ticket item, but the $56.1 million earmarked in last week’s federal budget to advance standard-setting for charging and refuelling stations in Canada and the U.S. could have a significant impact in reducing barriers to EV adoption
Quebec unveils funding to electrify 65 per cent of all school buses by 2030
The province is dedicating $250 million over three years to begin the switch, with local manufacturer Lion Electric set to benefit from the initiative
Plugged In: The fact and fiction of EV technology (Podcast)
Sustainable mobility expert James Carter shares his view on the vapourware up there.
Canada needs to significantly ramp up investment in public EV charging infrastructure
In last week’s federal budget, the government said its investment to date in electric vehicle charging infrastructure totals $376 million. That includes $226 million spent between 2016 and 2020 and a further $150 million committed through 2024 in last December’s Fall Economic Statement.