Canada Talks Electric Cars Webinar Episode #22 - "The Electric Fueling Station of the Future"

  • 2022-03-01
  • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Online


ANNOUNCEMENT!

Canada Talks Electric Cars Webinar

Episode #22- "The Electric Fueling Station of the Future"

Tuesday March 1st, 2022 - 7:30PM EST - Registration Link Below


At this stage of the world
s transition to electrification, almost anything is possible in terms of what charging infrastructure of the future will look like.

Its on this blank canvas that Electric Autonomy Canada, in partnership with Parkland Corp., launched Canadas first Design Awards for the electric fueling station of the future.

Five months and over 100 entries from around the world.  A 10-person jury panel chose the designs that best capture what purpose-built EV refueling stations can look like.  Ilana Weitzman and Nino Di Cara join us for a look at the amazing charging station designs that were submitted as part the competition.

Ilana is VP of Strategic Development, Clean Transportation for Electric Autonomy. As part of her role, she develops innovative programming and initiatives in partnership with government and industry that accelerate the transition to cleaner, safer and more affordable transportation.

Nino is Founder & President of Electric Autonomy Canada. He is a passionate believer in electrification and the benefits that technology will bring to our future mobility. Ten years of leadership roles with corporate marketing agencies and seven years executive board director for B2B industry, Nino was recipient of the EV Society s 2020 Howard Hutt Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Electric Transportation.


Canada Talks Electric Cars webinar brings you Canadian leaders and experts from the electric vehicle industry and provides a forum to ask questions about a wide range of EV related subjects. Hear about the latest news and developments in our transition to electric mobility.

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