Canada announces nearly $5.9M funding for ZEV awareness projects


The Government of Canada has announced nearly $5.9M in funding for 28 organizations, including three postsecondary institutions, across the country to carry out zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) awareness projects. These investments are part of Canada’s ongoing efforts to ensure all new passenger vehicles sold in Canada are zero-emission by 2035. Several of these federally funded projects are spearheaded by postsecondary institutions. The British Columbia Institute of Technology will receive $300K to demonstrate the advantages of ZEVs to Canadian consumers; Ontario Tech University will use $300K to create educational campaigns and a micro-mobility pilot; and the University of Manitoba will receive $118K to raise regional awareness, knowledge, and confidence in ZEVs.

Canada (1) | Canada (2)