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BC Unveils Incentive Program

New Car Dealers applaud reintroduction of the Clean Energy Vehicle (CEVforBC) program. The Minister of Energy and Mines, Bill Bennett, has unveiled a …

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SCRAP-IT Announces New Electric Vehicle Incentives

British Columbia residents can receive $3,000 toward the purchase of a new electric vehicle. British Columbia’s SCRAP-IT Program has announced a new incentive program aimed at taking high polluting


Hyundai Introduces Canada’s First Fuel Cell Family

A family from Surrey, BC are the first Tucson Fuel Cell vehicle customers in Canada. Canada’s first ever customers of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle were introduced by Don


Toyota Dealership Goes Solar

Heffner Lexus Toyota Scion completes solar installation atop dealership. Heffner Lexus Toyota Scion, located in Kitchener, Ontario, is going solar thanks to new 220kW solar panels lining the rooftops


Automakers and Utility Companies Work on Better Grid

Plug-in electric vehicles and energy companies are about to communicate via the cloud. Eight global automakers and 15 electric utilities are working with the Electric Power Research Institute to


Mitsubishi to Climb Pikes Peak

Mitsubishi Motors will be competing in the 2014 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for a third consecutive year. Mitsubishi Motors North America will compete in the Electric Modified Division


Honda Accord Hybrid Named Canadian Green Car

The Honda Accord Hybrid has won the 2014 Canadian Green Car Award. A panel of Canadian automotive journalists selected the Accord Hybrid from among five other category winners as the vehicle


2014 Ram Sets New Fuel Economy Benchmark

The EcoDiesel-powered 2014 Ram 1500 has set a new fuel economy benchmark, having earned a 7.1 L/100 km (40 mpg) EnerGuide fuel economy rating, the best highway fuel


Ford Offers Hybrid Improvements as Sales Rise

During a recent webcast, Ford reported that in the U.S., its share of the electrified vehicle market has risen by 12 share points to nearly 16 percent. “Strong


The Long Road Ahead

All roads lead to electric, because we’re going to run out of fuel some day. But it depends on how long that road is, how winding it is,