Canadian gasoline and ZEV infrastructure data, together for the first time.

Actionable insight for fuel providers, ZEV industry participants and advocates.

How can retailers outflank Amazon? Should they prioritize Level 2 stations or DCFCs? And, why should car dealerships be embraced?

DCFCs vs. gas stations: there’s a long road ahead. 

EV owners save a lot in provincial fuel taxes every year.

Advocates would do well to be proactive about paying *something* —
“better the chicken pox of road taxes than the smallpox of populist backlash”

The Pareto Principle (80/20 rule) also applies to gas stations.

Where should fuel providers install DCFCs, and how could their decisions improve BEV adoption among apartment and condominium dwellers? Which companies should advocates reach out to?

Individual licences are $3.14.

Non-profit, public sector, and corporate licences are available, and come with webinar and active hyperlinks.

Long-range BEVs are in fact an existential threat to DCFC economics.

How can savvy advocates smooth over differences?

Freud’s narcissism of small differences — think of Monty Python’s “People’s Front of Judea” skit — will otherwise slow ZEV progress, to our collective detriment.

Could PHEVs be Canadian EV advocates’ best friends?

Yes.

Also: why advocates need to monitor the self-storage industry …

… and South Korea’s housing market, too.

Individual licences are $3.14.

Non-profit, public sector, and corporate licences are available, and come with webinar and active hyperlinks.

2018 Q3 Canada EV Update - 2%, not just for milk anymore

Click image (or here) for Electron Communications’ 2018 Q3 🇨🇦 EV update.