Nissan Canada Inc. signs an agreement with Quebec officials to plan a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and to promote the use of EVs in the Canadian province. The pact is signed with the Quebec government; Montreal and Quebec City councils; Hydro-Quebec, the provincial government’s energy corporation; and the Energy Efficiency Agency of Quebec. Provincial Natural Resources Minister Nathalie Normandeau says the agreement brings Quebec a step closer to a governmental action ...
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