Electric cars are advertised as having zero emissions. An electric charging cable is seen here connected to an EV (Jason Lee/REUTERS)

The B.C. Utilities Commission (BCUC) says landlords and stratas can regulate themselves when it comes to electric vehicle charging stations.

David Morton, the CEO of the BCUC, says the commission does not need to tell them how and where they need to put their charging stations.

“We’re recommending that people who provide electric vehicle charging stations be exempt from our regulatory oversight,” Morton said.

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