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Anyone who drives an EV in Canada has heard of Sun Country Highway. Its EV chargers are pretty much ubiquitous in many areas of the country. Just how well developed is the network?

Here’s a chicken and egg conundrum: which comes first, electric cars or charging networks to support them? Kent Rathwell just powered through that problem.

Canada’s EV pioneer led drive to ‘electrify’ the Trans-Canada Highway

Electric car drivers get a charge out of Okotoks

Imagine driving nearly 1,500 kilometres, visiting 37 different cities and towns and spending more than 35 hours in your car — all while spending less than $100 on gas.

Earlier this year, the Petro-Canada station in Crossfield, Alberta, installed a charging station. It's free to use, too.

Our mission was to put electric vehicle charging stations across Canada so that electric vehicles would be able to travel from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island.

The vice president of Sun Country Highway, a company started and owned by a Huron County businessman, says one of the challenges for electric vehicles has always been the availability of charging stations.

It's hard to make out, but there is a road that connects Canada and Iceland. And it's got free electric boat car charging stations as far as the eye can see.

Sun Country Highway, an award winning electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure company, has electrified virtually all of Canada’s Highways, and is expanding their EV charging network to Iceland.