EMC’s Weekly Message

New members appointed to EMC’s Board of Directors

On Tuesday, EMC held its Annual General Meeting to report on the past year’s success, and to vote in new members to its Board of Directors. With input from the nominations committee, a total of 12 nominees were in the running for election or re-election. Nine candidates were selected including new members Alex Tsang (BC Hydro), Evan Wiseman (The Atmospheric Fund) and Eddy Zuppel (National Research Council of Canada).


EMC 2022 Board of Directors


Industry and fleet

Travis Allan, FLO

Andrew Buddle, Teck Resources

Theresa Cooke, Siemens Canada Limited

Ted Dowling, Ebusco

Patrick Gervais, Lion Electric

Suzanne Goldberg, ChargePoint

Jeff Turner, Dunsky Energy Consulting

Eddy Zuppel, National Research Council of Canada



Renaud Cloutier , Hydro-Québec

Dan Guatto, Burlington Hydro

Sanjeev Pushkarna, Nova Scotia Power

Neetika Sathe, Alectra Utilities

Keegan Tully, PowerON Energy Solutions

Alec Tsang, BC Hydro


Not-for-Profit Organizations and NGOs

Cara Clairman, Plug’n Drive

Megan Lohmann, Community Energy Association

Evan Wiseman, The Atmospheric Fund (TAF)


Congratulations to this extraordinary group of leaders. 

EMC hoping to collaborate with Premier Ford in advancing electromobility in Ontario

EMC would like to congratulate The Honourable Doug Ford on his recent re-election as the Premier of Ontario. We look forward to the opportunity of working with Mr. Ford in building the provincial economy through EV innovation.


“In Premier Ford’s second term as Premier, EMC would love to see Ontario flourish as a leader in the EV space. The B.C. and Quebec governments have both stepped up to the plate when it comes to electromobility, and we hope to see the same with Ontario”, stated Daniel Breton, President & CEO of EMC.


Read EMC’s full statement

B.C. Low-Carbon Fuel Act supports EV charging infrastructure

Electric Mobility Canada welcomes the modernization of British Columbia’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (BC-LCFS) through the recently tabled Bill 15 (Low Carbon Fuels Act). The new Act, which received Royal Assent on June 2, helps clarify the role that fueling with electricity plays in reducing emissions from B.C.’s transportation sector. Once its subsidiary regulations are proposed and published later this year, the Low Carbon Fuels Act will not only support the deployment of critical electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the province, but will also open new opportunities for B.C. businesses and consumers to significantly lower their fuel costs by using clean, made-in-B.C. electric fuel.


Read EMC’s full statement

EVVE 2022 registration opens next week

Keep an eye on your inboxes and on our social media channels next week as we will be announcing the opening of EVVE 2022’s registration!


After two years of virtual events, you won’t want to miss the industry’s most anticipated conference of the year, taking place from September 27-29 in Toronto.


The EVVE 2022 website is your one-stop shop for all conference related details. For additional inquiries, contact Anna Schuett, Communications & Events Manager at [email protected]


EMC’s Canadian delegation off to EVS35

EVS35, The International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition taking place in Oslo, kicks off on Saturday, June 11. Thanks to funding from a Trade Commissioner Service of Canada program, EMC and a Canadian delegation are headed to Norway as you read this.


EVS35 offers an excellent opportunity for Canadian suppliers of EV-related products and technologies to meet with new international customers and collaboration partners. We look forward to reporting on the Canadian delegation’s experience overseas.

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