In Prince Edward Island, 48 per cent of green house emissions come from transportation.
A gas powered vehicle produces about 3.61 tonnes of CO2 a year whereas an electric vehicle produces about 0.89 tonnes of CO2 a year.
Electric vehicles are an excellent way to help reduce CO2 emissions. The chart below provides information to help you better understand electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Prince Edward Island has more than 25 charging stations for electric vehicles across the province from tip to tip. All of these stations are level two stations meaning they charge much faster than using a regular wall outlet.
Plug 'n Drive
Plug 'n Drive is a non-profit organization committed to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles to maximize environmental and economic benefits. Visit plugndrive.ca for information related to electric vehicles.
The chart below provides information to help you better understand electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids.
Disclaimer: This PlugShare link is provided for information purposes only. The charging network is not the responsibility of the Government of Prince Edward Island but rather the third party noted in the link above.