EMC’s Weekly Message

EVVE 2022 Registration NOW OPEN


This year’s most anticipated industry event of the year, EVVE 2022: My Canada Drives Electric, is taking place from September 27-29 in Toronto.


Conference registration is now open. To take advantage of the early-bird rate, make sure to register before June 25th. You can find up-to-date information regarding the conference program, location details and more HERE. Details about booking a tabletop exhibit booth, can be found HERE.


Please note that conference registration and tabletop exhibit booth booking use separate forms. The Tabletop Exhibit event will be held in conjunction with EVVE 2022, on the afternoon of September 28.


Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact

[email protected]


Conference registration

Exhibit booth booking



Canadian delegation at EVS35



Our Electric Mobility Canada delegation was welcomed to EVS35 in Oslo by the Canadian Ambassador to Norway, Deidre Kent and staff from Embassy of Canada to Norway. EMC’s President & CEO, Daniel Breton and COO, Maureen Shuell led the charge and embraced every opportunity and piece of information this experience presented.




ZEV mandate regulation (Quebec) – 2nd consultation


The government of Quebec has published a new version of the draft regulations to strengthen the ZEV Standard from 2025-2035. A public consultation is now underway through to July 22, 2022. EMC members having contributed in the first consultation will be invited to collaborate on our submission. If you were not part the initial group, but wish to contribute, contact [email protected].


Access information on this consultation.




Quebec’s Energy Transition Master Plan


The government of Quebec published the 2026 Upgrade to the Energy Transition, Innovation and Efficiency Master Plan. It includes more than 200 measures spread over 14 roadmaps. Its main goals are to improve energy use efficiency by 15%, reduce the quantity of petroleum products consumed in Quebec by 40%, increase total renewable energy production by 25%, increase bioenergy production by 50% and eliminate the use of thermal coal in the province. EMC staff prepared a bullet-point summary of elements related to electromobility for the GR Committee. For a copy of this 2-page document, email [email protected]


Access Government documents




EMC in the media


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