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Canada: Mitsubishi uses electric vehicles to provide emergency power

A couple of weeks ago millions of people living in earthquake zones around the globe came together for what essentially amounts to the largest “drop and cover” drill in the world.

Organizers of the annual event, dubbed the Great Shakeout, say it will go a long way toward protecting us in the event of a major earthquake.

In case you haven’t heard, seismologists say we are long overdue here in B.C., last week’s 7.7 magnitude quake off Haida Gwaii underscoring that belief.

But what does that have to do with the auto industry, you ask? Well, all you have to do is look in your driveway to figure it out, if you’re an electric vehicle (EV) owner that is.

Electric vehicles aren’t just reducing greenhouse gas emissions and lowering our fuel bills.

The whole idea of what a fully electric vehicle can do is still evolving, particularly as it relates to battery function.



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