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Is this the last roadblock stopping EV domination?
Charging cars at home at night might be too much for California’s electric grid. Switzerland is pondering the possibility of a ban on EVs in emergencies. An SNC-Lavalin report says that, if we really want to be carbon-free by 2050, we’ll have to build the equivalent of 19 Bruce nuclear power plants.
FLO to supply 40,000 chargers to GM for dealerships across Canada and the U.S.
The deal will see FLO’s fastest 19.2 kW Level 2 chargers used to significantly expand access to EV charging in underserved and rural communities in North America.
Polestar Is Working With Allebike To Develop Its First Electric Bicycle
At this point, we’ve pretty much accepted that electric vehicles are the only way to achieve sustainable mobility. Electric cars stand the chance to offer us the same, if not better means of transport than their internal-combustion predecessors.
Fisker peels away first layer of 2024 Pear EV, spied in camo
Throw another contender in the small-EV ring, with Fisker’s upcoming PEAR (Personal Electric Automotive Revolution) vehicle being spotted in-person for the first time, during testing in Los Angeles early December.
Volkswagen seeking Canadian site for its first North American battery cell gigafactory
Volkswagen Group has officially set its sights on making Canada the home of its first gigafactory outside Europe, after announcing today that it has signed an agreement with the federal government to begin searching for suitable locations for a battery cell factory in this country.