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Watt’s Current – April 11, 2024

In this issue: introducing EVVE 2024 sponsors, EMC's President & CEO makes speech at federal Standing Committee on Finance, and EMC's leadership heards to Queen's Park to meet with Liberal party representatives

Watt’s Current – April 4, 2024

In this issue: Manitoba provincial government tables 2024 budget, watch EMC's webinar on federal electric vehicle rebates & Nova Scotia unveils new rebate for larger zero emission vehicles

Manitoba’s 2024 Budget includes big win for the environment and EV enthusiasts

On Tuesday April 2, Manitoba Finance Minister Adrien Sala, rose in the Legislature to deliver his first budget. EMC read the budget and identified some of the key highlights.

New rebates for larger zero-emission vehicles in Nova Scotia

New rebates for medium- and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles, including commercial and industrial vans and trucks, are now available.

Canada’s best kept EV secret: The Capital Cost Allowance for zero-emission vehicles  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 28, 2024  Canada’s best kept EV secret: The Capital Cost Allowance for zero-emission vehicles   MONTREAL – Five years ago, on March […]

Watt’s Current – March 27, 2024

In this issue: Ontario provincial government tables 2024 budget, priority recommendations for pre-budget discussions from EMC's Zero-Emission MHD Working Group & upcoming EV Society webinar

FLO shares results of EV Charging Trends and Insights survey

Recent findings from a comprehensive survey conducted by FLO, a forefront runner in the North American electric vehicle (EV) charging landscape, shed light on the pivotal role of Direct Current (DC) fast chargers for EV drivers, especially during extended journeys.

Watt’s Current – March 21, 2024

In this issue: EMC’s Canadian perspective and commentary following the publication of the EPA’s revised Tailpipe Emissions Standards, EMC webinar: Revolutionizing your ride and finances & call for nominations for EMC's 2024-25 Board of Directors

EMC’s Canadian perspective and commentary following the publication of the EPA’s revised Tailpipe Emissions Standards

EMC finds that pressures for aligning with U.S. Standards are now moot, but regulatory footprint loopholes in Canada must be removed.

The EV movement hits a roadblock in Quebec

Article from The Logic