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Throughout the year, we work tirelessly to ensure that, pass the phrase, "the electric vehicule industry" can be in touch with the consumers of these innovative, eco-responsible and ultimately economic products. .
The return of several automobile manufacturers to the Olympic stadium is confirmed!
Several people and a lot of current and future exhibitors from SVEM were waiting for the news. It is now confirmed: the next editions of the Montreal electric vehicle show (SVEM) will be held, starting at 2020, at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
Arc Vehicle Is Raising Funds For Arc Vector Motorcycle
British motorcycle startup Arc Vehicle (arc name comes from a jump of electricity) after securing some blue-chip investors like Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital fund InMotion Ventures, opened for public investment through the crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.
Challenge met for the first Electric Vehicle Show in Quebec City!
Quebec's first electric vehicle show, co-produced by the Mobilis Corporation and the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show organization, was a total success all the way. More than 8,244 people have crossed the doors of ExpoCité to learn, try and compare everything that affects the transportation’s electrification.
Nissan: LEAF batteries should last 22 years
Data collected by Nissan indicates that a LEAF battery should last as long as 22 years, according to Francisco Carranza, Managing Director of Renault-Nissan Energy Services. Nissan monitors various parameters, including charging patterns and battery degradation, on the over 400,000 LEAFs it has sold in Europe since 2011.