The Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec have outlined plans for reducing vehicle emissions to almost negligible levels. Among the slew of incentives provided by the state of Ontario, the exemption of sales tax from electricity plug-ins for next two years is the one that will probably have the greatest mid-term impact. Also there are plans to allow free recharging of electric vehicles at public facilities for up to four years. The idea is that if plug-ins are built eventually the market demand for electric and hybrid vehicles will develop. Ontario on the other hand eliminated coal completely in the year 2014 and runs most of its electricity from hydro or nuclear origins. While Toyota has a presence in Ontario, it is clearly entrenched in the automobile giant’s corporate strategy for the state to use clean technology in all manufacturing processes.


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