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Plugged In: The fact and fiction of EV technology (Podcast)
Sustainable mobility expert James Carter shares his view on the vapourware up there.
Canada needs to significantly ramp up investment in public EV charging infrastructure
In last week’s federal budget, the government said its investment to date in electric vehicle charging infrastructure totals $376 million. That includes $226 million spent between 2016 and 2020 and a further $150 million committed through 2024 in last December’s Fall Economic Statement.
Rolls-Royce and Tecnam to deliver electric aircraft to Scandinavian airline in 2026
Rolls-Royce and Italian aeronautics manufacturer Tecnam are joining forces to deliver an all-electric passenger aircraft for the commuter market. The new plane is expected to go into revenue service with Widerøe, a regional airline serving Scandinavia, in 2026.
Volkswagen ID.4 Wins World Car Of The Year
The World Car Awards recently chose the Volkswagen ID.4 for World Car of the Year. After test drives of eligible vehicles by a panel of 93 well-known automotive journalists, they chose winners for every category and then the overall winner.
New electric Toyota SUV, first of a new BEV line, unveiled in Shanghai
At this week’s Auto Shanghai motor show, Toyota unveiled a concept version of a new electric SUV, the bZ4X, which will be the first in a new line of battery-electric vehicles. The Japanese giant now says it plans to introduce 15 BEV models by 2025, including 7 models in the bZ series (the name stands for “beyond zero”).