Used EV purchase incentives target of lobbying group

Electric Mobility Canada, a lobby group representing some companies that produce zero-emissions vehicles (everything from bikes to boats), recently released its It is the group’s road plan on how the country can meet its 2030 goal. Some of its 32 proposals include a scrappage incentive to take the oldest and highest polluting vehicles off the road, incentives for purchasing used EVs and low-interest loans for first-time EV buyers. More contentious is that Electric Mobility Canada has been clear that the country also needs a zero-emission vehicle supply mandate, as rebates alone don’t matter if you can’t find an EV to buy in the province where you live. Currently, because only Quebec and British Columbia offer EV rebates, most of the country’s vehicle stocks are located there. Read original article here.

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