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The Newsletter will be back on January 10th, 2022
The Newsletter will take a break for the next two weeks. This end-of-year rest is deserved for all. So there will be no newsletters on December 27, 2021 and January 3, 2022, and we will be back with the January 10, 2022 edition.
Electric Circuit signs twin charging network roaming agreements with ChargePoint, Mercedes
Electric Circuit and ChargePoint will allow roaming access across their networks, while Mercedes-Benz EQ drivers will also be able to use the Hydro-Québec network through the automaker’s Mercedes me Charge system.
Dana and Hydro-Québec to make permanent-magnet EV motors in Sweden
Vehicle parts supplier Dana has announced that one of its business partnerships is planning to open an electric motor factory in Åmål, Sweden in late 2022. Called Dana TM4, the partnership joins Dana with Hydro-Québec to make electric motors for EVs.
Toyota surprise-reveals room full of 15 EV concepts
Toyota wants to help you keep your options open when it comes to battery electric vehicles. This was the message Toyota president Akio Toyoda kept returning to during a media presentation on the company’s BEV strategy today.
Canada threatens to retaliate against U.S. over EV tax credit
Canada is threatening to retaliate with targeted tariffs on U.S. goods if tax incentives for electric vehicles produced by unionized American workers aren’t removed from the Biden administration’s Build Back Better Act.