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What’s it like to charge an EV on a 1,725-km road trip from Vancouver to Regina?
Tim Bray helped write the language of the internet, and today he’s a student of the EV charging experience. In this exclusive interview with Electric Autonomy Canada, Bray explains why “range per hour of charging” is an important metric and why public EV chargers might be too cheap
The Smart Summon function demonstrated on the MEVS floor
Visitors of the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show will be able to watch a live demonstration of Tesla's Smart Summon function on the surface of the exhibit hall at Olympic Stadium.
All-electric Mercedes G-Wagen to appear in Munich
The electrification of Mercedes-Benz seems to be continuing apace, with those in the know telling us that an EV variant of the mighty G-Wagen – likely to be called the “EQG” – will appear at next month’s International Motor Show in Munich.
GM touts advances in its EV battery technology with latest Ultium platform details
From flexible pack formats, to cells designed for recycling, to a wireless battery management system designed with help of Canadian talent, GM signals innovation ahead of the Cadillac LYRIQ EV presale launch.
Montreal commits $885 million to electric buses, bikes and cars in the next three years
The City of Montreal continues to go big on clean transit, with an “audacious” plan that earmarks nearly $900 million for charging infrastructure, new electric vehicles and zero-emission public transportation.