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Zero-emission vehicles help fight climate change
Transportation is the second largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada. This accounts for a quarter of Canada's total GHG emissions and almost half of those emissions come from cars and light trucks. One way that we can reduce the amount of transportation-related GHG emissions is to get more zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) on the road.
Why Tesla's $US 35,000 Model 3 remains an endangered species
The cheapest version of the Model 3 has become part marketing ploy, part afterthought for Tesla.
5 things Canada can do to reduce its carbon emissions
A few weks ago, Canadians discovered the inconvenient truth that this country is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world — and that Canada's North is heating up at nearly three times the rate.
The 5 Best Electric Trolling Motors for Kayaks & Boats
If you love fishing and are out on a fishing trip, but you do not like oaring as it’s just not enough for you while on your outing in the water, then perhaps you should consider purchasing one of the electric trolling motors.
Tesla and Panasonic reported to be reconsidering Gigafactory expansion plans
Earlier this week, Nikkei reported that Tesla and Panasonic have suspended plans to expand the capacity of Gigafactory 1. The two companies had planned to increase capacity at the Nevada plant by about 50 percent by 2020, but financial problems have forced them to put those plans on hold, the newspaper said.