EV Infrastructure Continues to Grow in Canada
Updated on February 10th, 2021
EV infrastructure projects continue their upward trend as 28 popular Parks Canada locations are now equipped for EV charging, thanks to Tesla’s generous donation of 350 charging stations.
Increasing EV adoption usually has one major dilemma: do you make charging more accessible, or do you make EV vehicles cheaper to buy? In the case of Parks Canada, infrastructure makes sense.
Parks Canada has recently announced that 28 popular parks are now equipped with EV charging. A generous gift of 350 EV charging stations from Tesla Motors allows Parks Canada to better serve visitors who have chosen electric vehicles and is part of Parks Canada’s ongoing work in greening operations and fighting climate change. An important point to mention is that the charging stations at the parks will support both Tesla vehicles as well as other brands, as long as they can connect to J-1772 ports.
In total across Canada, 172 EV charging stations have been installed in 12 national historic sites, 14 national parks, one national marine conservation area and more, bolstering Canada’s EV infrastructure.
This is fantastic news when you factor in that all parking stalls for new construction in most cities within the Lower Mainland must be EV ready. This allows for further adoption of EV vehicles, making BC a greener and more vibrant community.
Whether installing EV stalls in national parks, multi-residential buildings or commercial projects, it’s crucial to see consumption patterns.
EV Charging Metering can help. This data can inform operators of peak demand, and if they require additional EV charging stalls.
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