is the first in a series of publications from Electron Communications / CanadaEVsales.com.
An individual licence of the report is available. Given the accessible pricing, active hyperlinks are not included, and no commitments can be made with respect to inquiries. (While efforts will be made, responses to Corporate and Government / Non-profit licence purchasers must be prioritized.)
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In one presentation, Charging Forward
- gas station,
- fuel use,
- fuel tax,
- charging station, and
- car dealership data,
...and uses this data to explain how advocates can move ZEV adoption forward. Charging Forward
offers an even-handed, nuanced assessment of the challenges and opportunities for DCFC and hydrogen infrastructure, and argues for PHEVs being treated as ZEV equals, instead of relegation to second-class status.
Data-driven -- and also cognizant of the populist wave that has swept the globe -- Charging Forward
outlines how advocates, ZEV-friendly policy analysts, and gas station operators can navigate a path forward, creating coalitions and containing in-fighting. In the end, ours is a divide-and-conquer or be-divided-and-conquered world.
Eclectic insights ranging from the "takt time" of shopping, the population density of Mongolia, and the rise of the self-storage industry
offer readers a better understanding of the context of Canada's ZEV market -- insights they can apply to their own home markets.
Pending commercial viability -- data acquisition costs money, writing takes time, and research much more so -- Electron Communications / CanadaEVsales.com intends to publish further reports in the concise "visual haiku" format PowerPoint offers. Report suggestions are welcome.
A limited number of copies of the report will be available at the introductory price.