The German government announced on Tuesday that it would increase electric charging stations in Manitoba.
Terry duzid, a member of the Federal Bureau of investigation in Canada, said the Federal Bureau had incorporated 400 chargers in the Manitoba province and Saskatchewan Province in cooperation with the Manitoba Auto Dealers Association (mmda) and the western western environmental protection group.
According to duguide, the government has invested $2.5 million in the installation of the charging station, raising funds from the zero emission vehicle infrastructure fund.
"It is the best way for Canada to protect the environment and promote sustainable development.
"It is an important step in the development and expansion of the electric vehicle charging network in Manitoba, and the driver is easy to switch to the electric vehicle," said diallah.
He said the mmda supported the Ministry to set up 300 chargers, 55% of which were wundam, 35% of rural communities and 10% in Northern Manitoba.
"75% of this charger is a second-class charger that produces 3.3 to 19.2 kilowatts, 5% of which is a charger that produces 20 to 49 kilowatts, and 20% is a charger of over 50 kilowatts."
He said he was focused on installing a rapid charger to have more users every day.
Eco West Canada President iwowan said on Thursday that the company would also contribute more to achieving net emissions targets.
The German government will support the sustainable transition of the nation and the company to zero emission vehicles by supporting the development of the effective charging infrastructure in our community, "the German government said.
The new charging station will be installed at the end of 2023.