Industry News

Stay tuned to all the news of the electric vehicle industry!

Subscribe to our newsletter

Fill out the form to subscribe to our mailing list and be on the lookout for events and news concerning electric mobility. Informing consumers and making known the artisans of this industry is at the heart of our concerns. Subscribe and stay informed on a range of topics that interest you!

Send us your news

We invite you to send us your press releases, free of charge. You offer a new product or service, you organize an event, you make new acquisitions, you get new contracts, you have new staff nominations or others, do not hesitate, your news interests us! Suggest a news.

For industry professionals, join your market by giving you visibility on our platforms. Click to download the rate card.
Wednesday 23 January 2019

Federal government to fund 100 new electric car charging stations in Quebec

Hydro-Québec will receive $5 million to build the fast-charging stations across the province. It plans to build 1,600 stations over the next 10 years.

Read the whole news +

Tuesday 22 January 2019

Volkswagen Goes For The Electric Nürburgring Record

This summer, the Pikes Peak record-setting I.D. R will try to reach a higher average speed around the Nürburgring than the current EV champion NIO EP9's 115 mph.

Read the whole news +

Monday 21 January 2019

Toyota Will Team Up With Panasonic On High Capacity EV Batteries

Japanese corporate giants Toyota Motor and Panasonic are joining forces to face the growing demand for plug-in vehicles. According to Nikkei, their plan is to launch a joint venture for battery manufacturing as soon as 2020.

Read the whole news +

Monday 21 January 2019

Petro Canada starts deploying its own electric vehicle chargers at gas stations

Petro Canada, formerly a state-owned oil company in Canada but now part of Suncor, becomes the latest oil company to get involved in electric vehicle charging.

Read the whole news +

Friday 18 January 2019

2020 Hyundai Ioniq: First look at refreshed interior, new features

Although the Hyundai Ioniq lineup of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric models has only been for sale in the U.S. for about two years, this rival to the Toyota Prius is already due for some significant changes later this year, for what will be its third model year.

Read the whole news +