Canada’s Liberal government wants all vehicles to be zero emissions by 2035
Dale Molnar · CBC News ·
Manufacturers that make parts for vehicles using gasoline, diesel, gas-turbine and other internal combustion engines (ICE) are preparing to change over to electric vehicle (EV) parts production in the lead-up to the federal government’s 2035 target of seeing every new light-duty vehicle sold in Canada be zero emissions.
“We’re working with our customers — the Tier 1. They also are changing over their factories to support electrification, and we’re looking for some new customers,” said David Ulrich, general manager of KB Components Canada.
The Tier 2 Windsor, Ont., manufacturing firm makes plastic parts contributing to the production of fuel tanks.