By Richard Corley
Originally published in the Globe & Mail
I have read, with bemusement and disappointment, reports from electric-vehicle neophytes about the travails of winter EV driving. Bemusement, as there are almost 100,000 Canadian owners who could provide counterpoints to reports about cold-weather “range anxiety” and similar tropes. Disappointment, as such reportage impedes public understanding and our collective response to a technology with significant strategic implications for Canada.
The rapidly falling battery costs, greater efficiency, lower operating costs, better performance and compelling environmental benefits provided by EVs make the… [continue reading]