I recently found out that a company in Canada called NRS, fabricates a set of specialty brake pads specifically for electric vehicles.
They claim that moisture buildup on regular brake pads can lead to premature brake failure. Their pads are made with a galvanized steel backing, featuring many, many hooks that physically connect the friction material to this backing plate as opposed to the material simply getting glued on.
I'm curious if there is any solid evidence to back-up this claim. In theory it seems plausible, but I want to see if anyone has ever actually encountered issues like this in all of their time of EV ownership.