Electric vehicles

an electric vehicle charging station in Duncan B.C. (Black Press files)

B.C. electric vehicle subsidy fund drains faster than expected

Province adds another $10 million to incentive fund

an electric vehicle charging station in Duncan B.C. (Black Press files)
Faizan Agha, manager of advanced product development for Hyundai Canada, accompanies Black Press reporter Tom Fletcher on a test drive in the prototype Hyundai Nexo hydrogen fuel cell sport utility. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Hydrogen vehicles entering zero-emission auto market in B.C.

B.C. getting its first hydrogen filling stations in Victoria, Metro Vancouver

Faizan Agha, manager of advanced product development for Hyundai Canada, accompanies Black Press reporter Tom Fletcher on a test drive in the prototype Hyundai Nexo hydrogen fuel cell sport utility. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Vehicle charging stations are generally used at night, when electricity demand is lower. (Black Press files)

Rebates offered for vehicle chargers at home and at work

B.C. program pays 75% of cost for homes, 50% for workplaces

Vehicle charging stations are generally used at night, when electricity demand is lower. (Black Press files)
A battery-powered electric bus similar to the one pictured here will begin a six-month trial run on the streets of Victoria in January 2018. BC Transit photo

Victoria hopes to have a fully electric bus fleet by 2030

Business plan to be created, region to request its use as a pilot community for project

A battery-powered electric bus similar to the one pictured here will begin a six-month trial run on the streets of Victoria in January 2018. BC Transit photo
One News reader argues that not enough infrastructure exists in B.C. to warrant purchasing electric cars. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS

B.C.’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure lacking: reader

Commercial level charging stations not going up fast enough

  • Dec 9, 2017
One News reader argues that not enough infrastructure exists in B.C. to warrant purchasing electric cars. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS