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Over one in 20 new cars registered in Canada in 2021 were EVs
IHS Markit 2021 year-end report shows that zero-emission vehicles’ share of registrations in 2021 was a robust 5.6 percent, up from 3.8 per cent in 2020, as provinces with EV sales incentives led the way.
Our Next Energy tests 1 210 Km battery pack in a Tesla Model S
A two-year-old Michigan startup, Our Next Energy (ONE), has built a custom battery pack that recently propelled a modified Tesla Model S for 752 miles (1 210 Km). John Voelcker, writing in Car and Driver, reports that ONE retrofitted the car with a pack that stores twice the energy of Tesla’s original, and fits in exactly the same space.
Lincoln to launch full slate of electric SUVs by 2026: sources
Ford is stepping up plans to extensively electrify its Lincoln brand in North America, as it prepares to introduce at least five new battery-powered Lincoln sport-utility vehicles through 2026, three people familiar with the plans told Reuters.
Ford begins shipping E-Transit electric van, plans to boost production
The E-Transit, the electric version of Ford’s popular commercial van, is now shipping across the US. Ford says it already has more than 10,000 orders from 300 customers, ranging from small construction companies to municipalities like the city of Orlando, Florida, to large retailers like Walmart.
Quebec requires eight-fold increase in EV charging infrastructure to meet 2030 demand
A new International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) study released today says that while Quebec may be an advanced jurisdiction in electric vehicle charging infrastructure and adoption — currently it hosts 45 per cent of Canada’s electric fleet — the province will still need at least an eight-fold increase in the number of EV chargers if it is to meet 2030 and 2035 targets set by the province and federally.