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Thursday 22 July 2021

Major EV charging networks sign roaming agreement, for more flexibility

Canadian electric vehicle fleet operators and drivers are set to benefit from the convenience of using one card or app to access chargers from several of North America’s largest networks

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Thursday 22 July 2021

Forty New Electric Vehicle Chargers Coming to Trois-Rivières

The Government of Canada is building a low-emissions energy future to strengthen the economy, create good, middle-class jobs and support our natural resource sectors.

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Wednesday 21 July 2021

New color-stable eOrange identifies high-voltage EV components for safety

High-voltage components in EVs can be dangerous, and that’s why automakers tend to sheathe them in high-visibility orange plastic.

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Tuesday 20 July 2021

An all-electric GMC pickup is on the way in addition to Hummer

Keen ears attending a General Motors business call on Monday picked up a key tidbit about future product at the GMC brand. After the briefest of mentions in previous conversations, it now seems an all-electric Sierra will appear in the next couple of years.

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Monday 19 July 2021

How Ford’s F-150 plots the future of electric vehicles

2035 seems to be the year of reckoning. The European Union just announced that sales of all internal-combustion engines — including plug-in hybrids! — will end 14 years hence. Canada made a similar announcement — though possibly not as Draconian with regards to PHEVs — two weeks ago.

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