Category: EVSE

New National EV sales mandate

The Federal Government has just announced a new EV sales mandate for Canada.

One-fifth (20%) of all passenger cars, SUVs and trucks sold in Canada in 2026 will need to run on electricity under this new regulation. This ratio will increase to 60% of all light-duty vehicles sold by 2030 and to 100% by 2035.

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BC small towns illuminate urban-rural divide in EV infrastructure

The Charge North Initiative is featured in an article written by Pippa Norman and published in the Delta Optimist on August 9, 2022.

Foreseeson EVSE Technology was selected earlier this year by the Community Energy Association as the successful bidder to deliver and provide complete installation services for over 58 ChargePoint CT4000 Level 2 EV charging stations in 40 northern communities.

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Launching New Green Energy Credits Program

The BC Government has started a new incentive program which came in effect on January 1st, 2022. The program requires that all EV charging station owners register their chargers and report energy usage to the Government. As an added positive benefit, this program also allows you to convert the energy you provide through your EV charging stations into carbon credits and earn you money.

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Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program

The Government of Canada is steadfast in its belief that electrification is key to decarbonizing our transportation sector and transitioning to a low-carbon future. That is why, the Government of Canada has set ambitious federal targets for zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) reaching 10% of light-duty vehicles (LDV) sales per year by 2025, 30% by 2030 and 100% by 2040.

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Richmond improves access to EV charging stations

Use it then move it. Richmond City Council approved bylaws last night (Mon, Jan 13) aimed at improving access to City-owned electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by introducing hourly charging fees that will come into affect on Sun, Mar 1, 2020.

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