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Vancouver’s EV Charging Strategy

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The City of Vancouver is actively facilitating a transition to electric vehicles (EVs) as part of its long-term goal of 100% renewable transportation before 2050. The City’s EV Ecosystem Strategy emphasizes the City’s important role as a market incubator for EV uptake, and identifies 32 priority actions to deploy EV charging infrastructure. Vancouver’s experience as an EV leader can help other municipalities reach their own goals for planning, transportation and climate protection.

Presenter

Ian Neville, City of Vancouver
Ian is the Climate Policy Analyst for the City of Vancouver, and has managed programs related to greenhouse gas emission reductions and corporate sustainability strategies for more than 15 years. Since 2013, Ian has led the deployment of 125 electric vehicle charging stations across Vancouver. He is also the lead author and implementer of the City’s EV Ecosystem Strategy.  

 

 


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