In response to C.D. Howe’s analysis of Canada’s electric vehicle availability standard
On January 25th, 2024, Mr. Brian Livingston, from the C.D. Howe Institute, published a 19-page document expressing his analysis, opinions, and recommendations for what he calls a “Federal Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Mandate”. Read EMC's response.
EV Growth : With the Right Support, Canada’s Electricity Grid Can Handle It
Electric Mobility Canada's Statement on Grid Readiness
EMC Survey on Perceptions of Electric Vehicles (EVs)
Abacus Data conducted a survey for EMC about Canadians’ knowledge on EVs. Only 2% of Canadians drive ZEVs, so most Canadians are unable to differentiate fact vs. fiction when it comes to EVs. The results found that once Canadians were fed accurate information about EVs, they were more inclined to purchase an EV as their next vehicle.
Briefing Note on PBO’s Report on VW and Stellantis Battery Plants : Calculations Incomplete and Deceptive
Electric Mobility Canada (EMC) reacts to the PBO Break-even Analysis of Production Subsidies for Stellantis-LGES and Volkswagen.
Recommendations for Pre-Budget Consultations – 2024 Federal Budget (Full)
Full submission of Electric Mobility Canada (EMC) priority policy recommendations on transportation electrification to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance for the 2024 pre-budget consultations. The document contains 40 core recommendations to advance and accelerate transportation electrification in Canada.
Recommendations for Pre-Budget Consultations – 2024 Federal Budget (Brief)
Electric Mobility Canada (EMC) submitted its priority policy recommendations on transportation electrification to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance for the 2024 pre-budget consultations. The document contains 40 core recommendations to advance and accelerate transportation electrification in Canada.
Electric Mobility Canada’s new national auto sales training program will help boost EV sales, increase consumer confidence and slash emissions
A new national automotive sales training program focused on electric vehicles will deliver more EVs to consumers and help Canada meet its greenhouse gas emission targets.
Consultation on L1 and L2 EV Charging Devices
Consultation on the oversight of Level 1 and Level 2 electric vehicle charging devices already in service Comments and recommendations Submitted to Measurement Canada By Electric Mobility Canada
Comments and Recommendations Submitted to Measurement Canada on L3 Charging Devices
EMC welcomes the opportunity to comment on Measurement Canada’s proposed approach on the oversight of level 3+ electric vehicle charging devices already in service and thanks the agency for the information made available for this consultation.
EMC Recommendations for Ontario’s 2023 Budget
Electric Mobility Canada recognizes the significant efforts that the Ontario government has recently undertaken to make the province and, by extension, Canada, a global player in the electrification of transport, with many new programs and projects announced to support the acceleration of the EV industry in our country. To help Ontario rise to the top with other leaders, EMC proposes the following recommendations ahead of the 2023 Ontario Budget: