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An all-electric GMC pickup is on the way in addition to Hummer
Keen ears attending a General Motors business call on Monday picked up a key tidbit about future product at the GMC brand. After the briefest of mentions in previous conversations, it now seems an all-electric Sierra will appear in the next couple of years.
How Ford’s F-150 plots the future of electric vehicles
2035 seems to be the year of reckoning. The European Union just announced that sales of all internal-combustion engines — including plug-in hybrids! — will end 14 years hence. Canada made a similar announcement — though possibly not as Draconian with regards to PHEVs — two weeks ago.
Electrify Canada to triple charging locations by 2025 as it expands to nine provinces
The commitment will expand Electrify Canada’s network to over 100 locations offering 500 chargers including many in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Europe bans new gas cars by 2035. Why not sooner?
The EU has adopted the “European Green Deal,” a package of climate targets and solutions to take place over the coming decades. In it, Europe targets a 55% reduction in CO2 by 2030 and full climate neutrality by 2050.
Vancouver City Council passes new by-law with expanded requirements for EV charging
In a boost for residents and visitors, the new requirement, which comes into effect in June 2020, requires 45 per cent of most new non-residential buildings to include EV charging infrastructure.