EMC’s Weekly Message
We can’t wait to see you! Save the date for the 2022 EVVE Conference in Toronto
We are thrilled to announce that we will be holding this year’s Annual Conference in person. The time has come for us all to get together to learn, network and inspire.
Dates: September 27 – 29, 2022
Location: Toronto, ON at the Beanfield Centre (at the Exhibition grounds)
More details to come soon!
Demonstration of the positive impact of a ZEV mandate on ZEV sales in Canada
EMC fully supports the government of Canada’s engagement towards adopting a national ZEV sales mandate in 2022 to guarantee sufficient supply and sales of EVs across Canada.
“These days, consumers are trapped between record high gas prices and little to no electric vehicle supply on dealers’ lots. They are told that they may have to wait between six months and two years to get a new electric vehicle, which is completely unacceptable because many consumers will simply choose a gas vehicle rather than wait. In states and provinces with ZEV mandates, consumers have access to and buy more EVs while people in other states and provinces get the leftovers of the world’s EV supply,” stated Daniel Breton, President & CEO of EMC.
Read the full press release on EMC’s website.
CleanBC Go Electric Commercial Vehicle Pilots Program (CVP)
The CVP Program supports B.C.-based businesses, non-profits and eligible public entities looking to deploy commercial zero-emission vehicles, including medium- and heavy-duty on-road vehicles, rail, marine, aircraft and off-road equipment, along with supporting infrastructure.
Significant funds remain with the Program to support the deployment of more commercial zero-emission vehicles fleets and supporting infrastructure. All applications for the current intake must be received on or before March 31, 2022.
For more information about the program, your eligibility or to apply, please visit https://cvpbc.ca/.
Infrastructure Exchange Electrification Challenge Series | Utilities and Transport Electrification Webinar
This webinar will look at examining which jurisdictions and utilities have done well in planning for electrification and what can be learned from those areas. The conversation will also investigate what enables transportation electrification planning. Finally, it will delve into how this can be adopted in the Canadian context in different jurisdictions.
Date: March 22 at 12pm ET
Moderated By: Cara Clairman, President & CEO, Plug’n Drive
– Daniel Carr, Head of Smart Cities, Alectra Utilities
– Maria Bocanegra, Commissioner, Illinois Commerce Commission
– Ted Wigdor, VP Policy, Government and Corporate Affairs, Electricity Distributers Association
– Raegan Bond, Partner, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors
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