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Montreal considers ban on non-electric cars in downtown core by 2030
The proposal to create an emission-free zone — which would be a first in Canada — is one of a number of electrification measures outlined in the city’s new climate plan.
Propulsion Québec unveils new study on fleet electrification in Quebec
Propulsion Québec, the cluster for electric and smart transportation, today unveiled a brand new study entitled "Fleet electrification in Quebec: medium and heavy electric vehicles in commercial and institutional fleets." In order to identify and prioritize strategies to accelerate the electrification of commercial and institutional fleets in Quebec, Propulsion Québec commissioned consulting firm Dunsky Energy Consulting to conduct an analysis of medium and heavy electric vehicle adoption.
Audi starts production of the e-tron GT electric car
Audi announced that it is is starting production of the e-tron GT, its new electric luxury and performance sedan.
Aptera solar car claimed to need no charging starts at $25,900, arrives in 2021
Aptera Motors now claims its updated electric three-wheeler will be able to run entirely on solar power, with no charging required for daily use.
Ireland is converting old phone boxes into EV chargers
With the arrival of the mobile phone, phone boxes are now obsolete. So, what to do with all those boxes and their infrastructure? Ireland is applying adaptive reuse of the well-positioned phone booths by turning them into EV chargers.