Government initiatives and innovations
Jonathan Wilkinson, Canada's Minister of Energy and Natural Resources has announced nearly CA$30m in federal investment to deliver over 1,500 additional EV chargers across Quebec, including over 400 fast chargers.
Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of UK-based Connected Kerb which delivers on-street public charging infrastructure, says that confirmation of the UK Government’s new Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) mandate is a much-welcomed step forward in the migration to electric vehicles.
The US Joint Office has hundreds of millions of dollars at its disposal to help standardise the EV charging experience. It might have just as many moving parts to assemble.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is reported to be about to announce that the ban on new petrol and diesel car sales in the country will be rolled back by five years from 2030 to 2035.
The Joint Office has hundreds of millions of dollars at its disposal to help standardise the EV charging experience. It might have just as many moving parts to assemble.
The California Energy Commission (CEC) has opened applications for US$38m to quickly deploy EV fast chargers in communities most impacted by air pollution.
The Biden-Harris administration has announced that it has opened applications for the EV Reliability and Accessibility Accelerator program.
The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) conducted a safety blitz in Toronto to assess EV charger installations.
ComEd has joined with regional and municipal leaders to unveil its latest programs designed to accelerate the adoption of electrified technologies and EVs in northern Illinois.
Electreon has reported that state and federal policymakers in the US are increasingly pressing forward to fund wireless electric road systems (ERS) and incorporate this innovative technology into electrification strategies.
SCALE - Smart Charging Alignment for Europe - is undertaking several of short and interactive webinars.