TransformTO: Here’s the blueprint to reach Toronto’s climate target

By |May 2nd, 2017|

Toronto shares an ambitious climate target with other world cities like London and Washington, D.C. – reduce emissions by 80% by 2050. But how do we get there? After more than two years, the TransformTO team – consisting of TAF, City staff, and independent […]

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Electric vehicles in fleets: driving is believing

By |October 29th, 2012|

After only two months of working for the Toronto Atmospheric Fund, I took a trip to Winnipeg for Canada’s first national EV conference. It was chock full of academics, entrepreneurs and dreamers.

Five years later, I’ve just returned from Electric Mobility Canada’s EV 2012 VE […]

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Good or bad: telling the EV story

By |February 9th, 2012|

It’s been a great week for electric vehicles in the news.

My inbox has been filled to the brim with announcements, stories and celebrations. There was this great piece in the Toronto Star about The Agenda’s Steve Paikin loving his Chevy Volt; the American Council […]

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What’s the next innovation for EVs?

By |July 8th, 2011|

While we’re at the beginning of the electric vehicle revolution, there’s already a great deal of activity planning the next phase of innovations to support EVs and their drivers. From commercial developers to academic researchers to backyard enthusiasts, many great minds are working to […]

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