Electric vehicles (EVs) adoption is growing rapidly. Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecasts that within five years, the cost to produce EVs will be equivalent to internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs), and lower cost thereafter. Public policy is likewise driving EV adoption, with the Government of Canada targeting the phase out of new ICEV sales by 2035. In response to this quickly growing market, municipalities and developers are trying to determine how to ensure their communities are future proofing themselves regarding EV uptake and readiness.
AES Engineering, contracted by Clean Air Partnership with funding from The Atmospheric Fund, just released an Ontario Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Study and a EV Charging Performance Requirements Study. Join this webinar for an overview of the results of the Studies followed by discussion and questions from stakeholders. You can join the webinar to ask your questions or provide your question prior to the webinar via this link.