Canada aims for zero-emissions vehicle strategy by 2018

15th June 2017 | 0 Comments

The Canadian government is developing a national strategy to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVS) on Canadian roads by 2018 to further reduce the country’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Canada’s Ministers of Transport and Innovation, Science, and Economic Development will decide how many electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles need to be on the roads in the country within the next 15 years. The government said transportation currently accounts for 24 per cent of Canada’s total carbon emissions.

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