When a futuristic-looking electric Ram pickup truck goes on sale next year, it will hardly be the first in line. By then, at least seven EV competitors are scheduled to be on sale.
Building fast EV charging stations across Saskatchewan should be a priority, says advocate
Electric vehicles are slowly making inroads in Saskatchewan, yet the infrastructure to support them still needs a major boost.
A new zero-emission EV concept was unveiled in Las Vegas — and it’s almost all Canadian
The Arrow concept vehicle produced in Canada with co-operation from 50 Canadian companies was unveiled in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Northern Alberta EV driver says charging infrastructure needs a boost
Keith Gropp of Grande Prairie says he feels like his Ford Mustang Mach-E is restricted to city driving this winter due to a lack of fast-charging infrastructure along Highway 43, which connects Grande Prairie with Edmonton.
Some Sask. mayors want help to grow electric vehicle charging network for tourism
While the adoption of electric vehicles in Saskatchewan is slow and steady, some central and northern communities are starting to address the need for charging stations to make the regions friendly to tourists.
Electric vehicle sales are racing ahead, but is there a plan for the waste they create?
Some Canadian startups are aiming to give depleted EV batteries new life by recycling them and retrieving the valuable critical minerals within so they can be reused to make more batteries.