by Chris Hatch in News, Energy, National Observer
One-in-three British Columbians expect to buy an electric car as their next vehicle, but they’re going to have trouble finding one.
Despite the surge in interest, less than half of the dealerships in B.C. have any electric vehicles at all according to a new report from Clean Energy Canada.
The organization contacted over 300 dealerships and found that only 40 per cent of dealerships had even one electric vehicle on the lot.
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