Canada an EV battery production Powerhouse?
In this Episode we discuss an interesting new 3 Wheel EV prototype from Toronto's Daymak. Kia Say it's EV6 will arrive in Canada Spring of 2022. ...
Does Canada Need to TRIPLE it's renewable energy production for EV's?
In this Episode we discuss NIO EV's battery swapping stations in Norway Shell Goes big on Electric Vehicle Charging in the UK IVY network expansion...
Canada's Project Arrow EV....Will this one Fly?
Jan 16 • 21:41 This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. This episode will discuss the Pro...
Is it really cheaper to fuel and EV over an ICE car, find out in today's Northern Electric Vehicle Experience.
Ever wonder if it really is cheaper to fuel and EV versus an Ice vehicle. In this episode I discuss this at length and provide commentary on the a...
Canada needs Millions not Thousands of EV charging stations?
In this episode Ron talks about a recent CBC article about public charging and the impact it has on EV adoption. Why does this article only tell ha...
I Bought and Electric Car.....Should you?
This is a great episode for people that are thinking about buying an electric car. I walk you through my decision making process and hopefully help...
Why would anyone want a Tesla Model Y?
Special Shout out to Peter Mansbridge for mentioning this podcast on his Podcast "The Bridge", as you would expect Peter's podcast is excellent, yo...
If I live in an apartment building can I still buy an EV?
In this episode a listener writes in to ask what to do if he lives in a condo without EV charging. Is it impossible to wire a condo for EV chargers...
Hyundai IONIQ 5, The most compelling EV of 2021?
Interesting tidbits going into winter Featuring the Hyundai IONIQ 5, should this be your next EV Is IONIQ 5 a Tesla Model Y Killer?
Is VW ID4 the TESLA model Y killer?
In this episode we explore the VW ID 4, is it right for you and our climate.
Will The ID 4 be a TESLA killer?
Have EV's Reached an Inflection Point?
Ten million passenger electric vehicles were on the road at the end of 2020, and with millions more added in 2021, the global EV market seems finally poised for lift off. But as always, challenges remain -- both globally and in the North America market. Corey Cantor, a transport analyst for electric vehicles at BloombergNEF, discussed his team's view and long-term outlook for electric vehicles worldwide and in Canada. He also discusses automaker strategies, commercial vehicles and recent U.S. EV policy developments.
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