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Vancouver EV Assoc.
Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association is a non-profit, solution based organization that promotes the use of battery electric vehicles for transportation
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 21
Shared cars get used more, so going electric is important. Interesting fact: Vancouver is the car-sharing capital of North America! (See link in article.)
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 21
Total cost of ownership is a tricky calculation, but this is a good contribution to the discussion.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 21
We don't take victory for granted, but this is a compelling summary of the reasons to be hopeful.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
Impressive range for a not-huge battery. Wonder how they do that?
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
More on the 2019 Nissan Leaf.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
A handy comparison table of roughly comparable EVs.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
Scheduled for Q2 2019 in the US. And in Canada?
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
A bit of a wonky view of a cool idea: solar carports
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
"Confirmed" is more like "hinted at". The rumor mill says it will be out sometime in 2019, probably late 2019.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 20
An interesting way to compare EV costs.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 16
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 15
One of the most exhaustive looks at the Kona seen to date.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 15
Royal Mail’s first electric vans have finally hit the road.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 15
A handy chart if you're thinking about one of these. It would be useful to have a line for "expected availability date in Canada".
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 15
Every bit of visibility helps raise awareness. Let's make the HOV "OK" signs green too!
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 15
OK, the metric is a bit of a stretch, but let's bask in the moment anyway: an EV is at the top of the chart.
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Tesla Sep 4
It took five years to sell the first million electric vehicles - the last million were sold in about six months
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 6
Of course it's a bit apples and oranges, but some will be considering both. Here's some information that might help.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 6
Meanwhile gas cars use only 12%-30% of their energy.
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Vancouver EV Assoc. Sep 6
Slated for deployment in Canada. It expects that the Tesla Semi’s range will easily be able to support most of its needs.
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