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HELP THOSE WITHOUT A DRIVEWAY DRIVE AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE. SIGN THE PETITION FOR PRIVATE  CURB-SIDE EV CHARGING AND HELP YOUR CITY BREATHE BETTER    Carbon Free Collective.com

"Toronto is playing catch-up to prepare for electric vehicles"

“Toronto discourages electric car use by denying on-street chargers, driver says”

“Toronto wants you to drive an electric car but only on it sterms”

 

BENEFITS OF HOME CHARGING
*  Overnight charging it's cheaper and greener using off-peak electricity generated by cleaner energy sources like wind, hydro and nuclear unlike during the day when natural gas may be required to meet peak demand.
*  Most convenient to charge while you sleep.
*  Essential to achieve emission targets the city has set for itself by 2050 in the TransformTO action plan
*  A free and easy incentive the city can offer residents without a driveway to drive pollution-free
*  The Resident/Municiple Boulevard Partnership  It wasn't my idea:

"From the cities guide to the municipal code."

 

IT’S TIME CANADA GOT SERIOUS ABOUT ELECTRIC CARS

“The global shift to electric cars is now well underway, accelerating, And bringing with it big changes for drivers, companies, industries, and governments around the world. Canada is no exception. But as our peers accelerate, we’re coasting, on both EV policy and per-capita sales. It’s not for lack of interest: Canadians must wait months to get their hands on new EVs when they hit the market. Worse still, we’re missing out on opportunities to innovate, to make our economy cleaner and more competitive, to reduce pollution—and its public health and climate change impacts—and to export our metals and minerals to a growing global mar- ketplace. This worldwide shift is profound. Regardless of what Canada does, it adds another layer of uncertainty on our oil sector. For this reason and others, we need a strategic policy response, and quickly. Ottawa’s forthcoming national Zero Emissions Vehicle Strategy could help maximize the opportunities the shift pres- ents, while minimizing and proactively managing its impacts. Preserving the sta- tus quo is not the same as playing it safe—slow and steady won’t win this race. Canada needs to speed up and get serious about electric cars. The next big thing in transportation is already here. A few challenges aside, that’s good news, and a significant opportunity for Canada."

http://cleanenergycanada.org/electric-cars-turn-transportation-upside-canada-looking-way/

IT’S MORE COSTLY FOR BOTH RESIDENCE AND CITY TO NOT ALLOW PRIVATE EV CHARGING

Let people pay for their own private charging, let them pay the hydro, let them take liability, and let them get empowered because it's simple and worry-free and clearly the way to being carbon-free. Empowerment is in the collective separate from the city bureaucracy.

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