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Another downtown charging station

Gord McFarlane / 20 November 2018

 
 
The EV charging station at The New Oak Tree, 28 King St Brockville, is now fully operational. Use your EVduty app on your smart phone to activate the charger. Level 2, 240V, 30A. Enjoy Downtown Brockville while your EV is charging.

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Ottawa companies: renewable energy cancellations a waste

CBC News / Matthew Kupfer / 14 July 2018

The Ontario government is cancelling 758 renewable energy projects, a move people involved with the sector call a ‘waste’ that will create uncertainty.

The government made the announcement Friday, which includes the cancellation of 26 Ottawa projects.

Four of those cancelled are solar projects that belong to the Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-operative, according to spokesperson Aaron Thornell.

“This is the province undermining efforts of municipalities, of Indigenous communities, of community groups such as ours, who’ve been working toward developing renewable energy projects in their own communities and elsewhere in the province,” Thornell said.

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Electric car rebates end in Ontario

Green Car Reports / Eric C. Evarts / 12 July 2018

Following the election of Conservative Doug Ford as premier July 7, Ontario, Canada, has canceled the province’s generous tax incentives for electric cars, according to an announcement on Wednesday on the Ministry of Transportation’s website.

The move was widely expected after Ford ran on a platform of cutting government expenses, which included canceling the credits.

The credits, which included up to $10,645 ($14,000 Canadian) for the purchase of an electric car in the province, were funded by a carbon tax, which Ford also canceled.

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Ontario’s first manufacturing facility for EV charging stations

BNN / 22 March 2018

Gleb Nikiforov, CEO of Autochargers.ca talks to BNN about opening Ontario’s first manufacturing facility dedicated to electric vehicle charging stations. The plant will produce approximately 40,000 charging stations per year and create 100 new clean tech manufacturing jobs.

Province funding new charging stations at workplaces

Ministry of Transportation / 16 January 2018

Ontario is making it easier to use electric vehicles to get to and from work by assisting employers, commercial building owners and managers to install charging stations at their workplaces. This investment is part of Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan and is funded by proceeds from the province’s cap on pollution and carbon market.

Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca was at the Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre in Toronto today to announce the new Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Incentive Program.

The province will support employers and commercial building owners that wish to offer electric vehicle charging for their employees or tenants by helping with the cost of installing charging stations. This program supports Ontario’s ongoing work in communities across the province to increase the number of electric vehicle charging stations and make it easier for people to use electric vehicles.

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What is PlugShare and why should I use it?

PlugShare / FAQ / 11 July 2017

PlugShare is a free application for iOS, Android, and web that allows users to find and review charging stations, and to connect with other plug-in vehicle owners. PlugShare provides the most accurate and complete public charging map worldwide, with stations from every major network in North America (Tesla Supercharger, Blink, EVgo, ChargePoint, SemaCharge, GE WattStation, AeroVironment) and Europe (RWE, Clever, Endesa, Enel).

  • Majority of new EV registrations sign up for a PlugShare account
  • Database of 42,000+ charging stations in USA and Canada
  • Global coverage of 96,000+ charging stations
  • 475,000 station reviews and 100,000 charging station photos

PlugShare is also the official EV charging station locator for the Nissan No Charge to Charge ProgramSM and the MyFord Mobile app.

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The Transition Towns movement aims toward veering away from excessive consumption – to deal with the conjoined problems of peak oil and climate change – but also in the belief that we may create an essentially more contented society, through building strong and resilient local communities. We will get to know our neighbours better, because we shall all need one another in the time to come.

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