As the rise in gas prices continues, it’s reasonable for Canadians to consider Electric Vehicles.
It’s no wonder that more Canadians are considering EVs since the price of gas right now is unreasonably high. The price of gases in Winnipeg has reached $1.739 per liter for regular gas and $1.969 in Vancouver. With the 2030 Emissions Reduction plan of Canada, the transition toward Electric vehicles is strong.
William York, an electrical engineer in Edmonton, dispelled the misconception that EVs aren’t suitable for long-distance trips. He stated that “It’s not my car’s battery that needs a break, it’s me that needs a break,” he also said that “I find I stop more frequently for (biological) breaks than charging breaks.” during his 1,400-kilometer drive to Seattle.
Right now, Canada has the available mining for the materials needed for the production of EVs—lithium, cobalt, magnesium, and nickel. the potential for a new energy industry to supplement or replace oil exists, Canada also has a reputation for ethical workplace practices so these factors are a good foundation for EV automakers to invest in.