A B.C. company is developing a reliable low carbon energy storage system from repurposed EV batteries.
British Columbians are embracing zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) faster than any other jurisdiction in North America, according to the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation.
The most recent incident was last week when a charging station near the public washrooms at Qualicum Beach’s waterfront was damaged, according to Roy Collver, director of Mid Island Electric Vehicle Association.
One charging station, with two connectors, will be installed in the vicinity of the Parksville Civic and Technology Centre (PCTC) and two will be placed at the arena at Wembley Mall.
The funding will help Canadian Electric Vehicles develop the third generation of its low-speed Might-E truck, a work vehicle designed for use by municipalities, campuses, malls, resorts, parks, airports and industries.

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