The Bill Kelly Show Podcast:
GUEST: Dr. Lori Turnbull, Director of the School of Public Administration with Dalhousie University
The automotive industry is in the midst of the largest transition in its history as global carmakers pour tens of billions of dollars into electric vehicle technology, zero-collision technology and autonomous driving technology.
This week on Down to Business, Peter Frise, a professor of mechanical, automotive and materials engineering at the University of Windsor, explains how this is likely to change consumers’ relationship to vehicles.
Frise praised Canada’s federal and provincial governments for putting up money to entice auto and battery makers to build new plants here, which he contends will anchor the industry and create jobs for decades to come.
But he acknowledged that there will be a cascade of impacts up and down the supply chain, from parts manufacturers to assembly.
GUEST: Dr. Peter Frise, Director, Centre for Automotive Research and Education, University of Windsor
GUEST: Reggie Cecchini, Washington Correspondent for Global News
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