No New Gas/Diesel Cars To Be Sold In Canada After 2035
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Our northern neighbor is ambitiously speeding up her plan to transition to zero-emission vehicles: Canada is planning on phasing out sales of new gas- and diesel-engined cars and light trucks by 2035 (no more ICE, Internal Combustion Engine vehicles), five years earlier than the original plan. The Canadian federal government is also planning on developing interim targets for 2025 and 2030. The 2035 plan will include investment in charging infrastructure and assistance for automakers to retool plants for EV production.
Brian Kingston, President & CEO at Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about what it will take to get Canada to transition to 100% zero-emission vehicles by 2035, in the video published on July 21, 2021, “The road to 100% zero-emission vehicles by 2035“, below:
Canada has announced its plan to end the sale of internal combustion engine cars in 2035, in the video published on July 3, 2021, “No Gas/Diesel Cars to be Sold in Canada After 2035“, below:
To better understand how the clean energy & transportation are being accelerated/disrupted, please view the video published on June 9, 2017, “Tony Seba: Clean Disruption – Energy & Transportation“, below:
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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