Do you drive an electric vehicle? Pollution Probe would like to hear from you!

Do you drive an electric vehicle (EV), including either a battery EV (BEV) or a plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV)? If you do, you might be interested in completing a Pollution Probe survey for Canadian EV drivers.

The survey supports the Assessment of the Consumer EV Charging Experience in Canada study, which is funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. The study results will be used to make recommendations to the federal government to help inform decision-making and priority setting to support EV charging infrastructure. Your participation will help provide real-world experience of EV owners and identify strengths and weaknesses of the EV charging network in Canada. 

The survey should take you less than 15 minutes to complete and is posted until Dec. 17, 2021. Click here to access the survey.

About Pollution Probe

Pollution Probe is one of Canada’s oldest environmental organizations, founded in 1969, and supports the decarbonization of Canada’s transportation network.

Did you know?

  • Supporting electric mobility is a key program area in the Burlington Climate Action Plan to achieve the goal of becoming a net carbon neutral community.
  • The transportation sector is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions in our community.
  • BurlingtonGreen is working with the City to complete an Electric Mobility Strategy to engage our community and help develop a pathway to support EV infrastructure and local initiatives. 
  • The City has a number of EV charging stations in downtown parking lots available to the public and is working on a plan to expand to other City facilities. Stay tuned for more information on locations.

Take Action Burlington. Complete the survey to help shape the future EV charging infrastructure network. Collectively, we can make a difference.

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