EV/AV Report: May 30, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Wallbox expands its operations into Canada, Sudbury held its first conference to discuss battery materials in the region and consumer EV registrations appear to be on a sharp rise. A Box on a Wall Canadian EV owners now have the option for a simpler […]

EV/AV Report: May 23, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, the British Columbia government has a limited time deal for EV charging station installations, Circle K’s parent company is looking to link up its North American stores and Honda reveals initial sketches of upcoming electric SUV. Less Charges for More Charge If you have […]

EV/AV Report: May 16, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, a Vancouver-based carshare company’s all-EV fleet is giving them an edge against the competition, Apple patents a design for automatic charging stations and Subury is less than a month out from its first electric vehicles conference. Clean Fleet A Vancouver-based carshare company has made […]

EV/AV Report: May 9, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Tesla raises the price of FSD in Canada, EV charging stations are becoming a target for hackers and Canadian mining company Vale signs a deal to provide nickel for Tesla batteries. Full Self-Driving, Fuller Price Canadians will have to shell out just a little […]

Electric Expenses: How the 2022 federal budget will affect the EV industry

Toronto, Ontario — As the nation begins a new fiscal year, Ottawa unveiled the 2022 Federal Budget last week, with a number of noteworthy highlights relating to the electric vehicle industry. This year’s budget came with the hopeful subtitle, “A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable,” and promises to do just […]

EV/AV Report: March 7, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — In today’s EV/AV report, Honda and Sony partner to create more electrically integrated vehicles, charging pads installed across Gothenberg and KIA announces a line-up of 14 battery electric vehicles by 2030. Tech-driven With oil prices rising across Canada, the demand for electric vehicles is all but growing, contributing to the birth of […]

Arctic Charge: Yukon highways nearly fully linked to charging network

Whitehorse, Yukon — In a move that has the potential to bust some myths about EV efficacy in Canada’s north, the Yukon government announced on Thursday that nearly all of the territory’s highways have been linked up to the electric vehicle charging network. The territory has been rapidly expanding its EV charging network over the […]

EV/AV Report: January 10, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, VinFast prepares to enter the Canadian EV market later this year, Nova Scotia makes strides in connecting more communities to the EV charging grid and General Motors unveiled its champion in the electric pickup race. New player has joined Vietnamese EV startup VinFast unveiled […]

EV/AV Report: December 20, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Rivian plans to build a $5 billion assembly plant in Georgia, Mercedes-Benz integrates with Hydro-Québec to improve charging options and GM’s BrightDrop delivered its first five EV delivery trucks to FedEx. Rivian went down to Georgia Rivian has a $5 billion plan for the […]

EV/AV Report: December 6, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Rivian customers can finally expect vehicle deliveries beginning in the spring, Hydro One is making moves to support bidirectional charging development and ONRoute has unveiled their rollout of charging stations at Ontario rest stops. Rivian rollout It appears the mythical Rivian pickup is due […]