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Continental and Volterio develop automated charging system
Continental Engineering Services (CES) has partnered with startup Volterio to develop an automated conductive charging system. Volterio plans to develop near-production systems for the jointly designed “charging robot” by mid-2022. CES will then take the product through the certification process and take over production.
The pool of EVs available in Canada is growing in Q1 2022 at both ends of market
The Korean influence strong on the mainstream end, but there is still more action on the luxury side arrivals at dealerships coast-to-coast
The 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid will be built and sold in Canada
On sale in the U.S. since 2017, the battery-assisted version of the popular SUV finally heads north of the border. Honda will begin selling a hybrid version of the CR-V in Canada, starting with the 2023 model year.
Year-over-year new battery EV registrations in Canada were up 25.7 per cent in Q3 2021 versus Q3 2020
It was a good news quarter for electric vehicles registrations across Canada in Q3 2021, despite a sluggish sales period overall in the auto industry.
BP says fast charging could soon be more profitable than selling gas
The European oil companies BP, Shell and Total have been buying up assets in the EV charging value chain, and some suspect there’s a sinister strategy—could the oil barons monopolize public charging in key markets, jack up the prices, and kill the electric car once and for all?