New BC EV Regulation 2040: What Does It Mean to Your Industry

New BC EV Regulation 2040: What Does It Mean to Your Industry

Last November, the BC NDP government announced a new target: 100%1 of all new light-duty vehicle sales to be zero emission by 2040, under B.C.’s electrification plan . As electric vehicles (Evs) are already experiencing exponential growth, this regulation will accelerate the EV adoption pace.

Considering all new vehicles are to be electric within two vehicle cycles (20 years), the need for EV charging infrastructure is and will become an immense opportunity. Gas stations will remain as many electric vehicles are plug-in hybrid with limited electric range. However, the majority of EVs are forecasted to be battery electric vehicle (BEV) resulting in an immense decrease in fuel demand while greatly increasing the need for EV charging infrastructure.

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EV Charging Network: Open Charge Point Protocol

EV Charging Network: Open Charge Point Protocol


Since its second birth in the early 2000s, the world of electric vehicle (EV) has progressed rapidly especially in the last five years. As the market grew and keeps growing, many companies manufacturing EV charging stations have developed user friendly and reliable products for EV drivers to use. 


As charging stations are slowly replacing gas stations, we are now experiencing the decentralization of energy. This means anyone having access to power can provide energy to its user through an EV charging infrastructure. This is mainly why the oil & gas industry is fighting the EV industry as much as they have been doing but that will be for another topic.

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