Tesla Motors Canada is asking for more federal subsidies in order to install charging stations “within a reasonable distance” for its electric car customers, says the company’s submission to a parliamentary committee. The proposal, however, means Canadian taxpayers will have to subsidize the installations.
“Approximately 10 million Canadians or about one quarter of all Canadian residents live in multi-unit dwellings including apartments and condominiums,” wrote Tesla management in a submission to the Standing Committee on Finance, obtained by Blacklock’s Reporter.
“Since 90 percent of charging typically takes place at a driver’s home, ensuring the occupants of those multi-unit dwellings have a place to charge would offer the Government of Canada the greatest return on its charging infrastructure investment.”…
Source: The Epoch Times
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