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Making new residential buildings 100 per cent EV-ready: essential and affordable
In the first in a series of articles that explores how to make the built environment EV-ready, Brendan McEwen outlines some of the global best practices that B.C. cities have pioneered in new construction requirements
In just 15 to 20 years, most cars in Canadian cities could be electric vehicles. Supportive public policies and price parity with combustion engine vehicles in the next three to five years will be keys to speeding this transition.
But beyond those two elements, the most important factor determining whether households adopt an EV as their next vehicle will be access to convenient EV charging. And the most common, convenient place to charge an EV is at home, where vehicles are parked every night.
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