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Mercedes sketches out all electric scenario by decade's end
The shift to electric vehicles "is picking up speed - especially in the luxury segment."
Canada's zero emission vehicle goals parked for now
Plans have stalled until the United States sets its course.
Stellantis: 98% of models to be electric or hybrid by 2025
The models include a fully electric Ram pickup in 2024 and a hybrid Jeep Grand Cherokee later this year, as well as small cars and an electric Dodge muscle car.
Parkland to roll out electric vehicle charging ports across B.C.
Up to 100 EV ultra-fast charging ports across 25 sites will be branded On the Run to connect with the company's convenience store brand.
Liberals say by 2035 all new cars, light duty trucks sold in Canada will be electric
Until now the government had set 2040 as the target.
GM, Ford outdo each other with electric vehicle investments
Automakers are competing for what's expected to be a $5 trillion market during the next decade.
Trend Talk: Sustainability in the convenience sector
CSNC editor and associate publisher Michelle Warren joins Retail Leader's Amy Baxter on the Trend Talk podcast to discuss sustainability in the convenience sector.
7-Eleven to install 500 electric vehicle charging ports by end of 2022
Initiative includes 250 locations in Canada and the U.S.
Ford: Electric vehicles to be 40% of global sales by 2030
Federal rebate set to make electric cars more affordable see $100M go to Tesla buyers
Observers say the program needs to be more relevant to low or middle-income consumers, rather than only those able to buy brand new.
How B.C. can use green edge to capture global cleantech market
The global cleantech market is expected to exceed $3.3 trillion by 2022, according to Economic Development Canada (EDC).
Should Canada mandate sales targets for electric vehicles? Report says 'yes'
David Adams, president and CEO of Global Automakers of Canada, said the writing is on the wall for the industry that the future is electric, but he believes a mandated sales target isn't the best way to get there.
Saskatchewan to implement tax for new electric vehicle owners
$150 annual road use fee comes at a time when most provinces are subsidizing the purchase of EVs.
Electric vehicle sales surge, putting B.C. on track for emission reductions
Province has the highest reported uptake rate of electric vehicles in North America.