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Pollution Probe’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Support Program

Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Support Program Providing organizations across Canada with rebates of up to 50% on purchase & installation costs of EV charging stations Pollution Probe’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Support Program is supporting the Government of Canada’s commitment to having Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) comprise 50% of new passenger vehicle sales by 2030, …

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Pollution Probe Launches the Municipal Zero-Emission Vehicle Engagement Platform

Pollution Probe is pleased to announce the launch of its latest initiative to accelerate the deployment of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in Canadian municipalities. The goals of the Municipal ZEV Engagement Platform are to engage municipal governments and their collaborators, socialize the range of solutions which are presented in internal and external resources, and establish an ongoing dialogue surrounding ZEVs.

Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup Expands its Waste Characterization Network

Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup Expands its Waste Characterization Network Western University and Lambton College join the initiative TORONTO, Ontario – November 12, 2020 Today, the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup is pleased to announce that Western University and Lambton College are joining the initiative as research partners, taking the lead on characterizing the debris collected by capture …

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Pollution Probe Releases New Report on Zero Emission Vehicle Charging in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings and for Garage Orphans

Pollution Probe Releases New Report on Zero Emission Vehicle Charging in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings and for Garage Orphans Toronto, ON – June 4, 2019 – Pollution Probe is pleased to announce the release of a new report, Zero Emission Vehicle Charging in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings and for Garage Orphans, produced in partnership with the Delphi …

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E-NEWS Fall 2022

E-News Fall 2022 Our Circular Economy, Energy, Transportation, and Water teams continue their hard work to tackle pollution. This newsletter highlights key initiatives Pollution Probe is currently spearheading, including:   • First-Ever Electric School Bus Pilot in Calgary  • Community Engagement = More Great Lakes Cleanup Data  • A “Smart” Technology Based Approach to Watershed …

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Board of Directors

Board of Directors Sean Morley Chair Sean Morley is a partner in the business law section of the law firm of Fasken Martineau and a member of the firm’s strategic counsel practice group. He was formerly an executive assistant and senior advisor to the president and chief executive officer of the Ontario SuperBuild Corporation. Mr. …

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Pollution Probe Reaction to Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy

Pollution Probe Reaction to Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy TORONTO, December 21, 2020 – Canada’s Federal Government has set out a new Hydrogen Strategy to “position Canada as a world-leading producer, user and exporter of clean hydrogen, and associated technologies.” Pollution Probe supports the Strategy’s focus on the important contribution that hydrogen can make to meeting Canada’s …

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Modal Optimization as a Contributor to Reducing GHG Emissions in Canada

Modal Optimization as a Contributor to Reducing GHG Emissions in Canada The transportation sector is responsible for roughly 25% of Canada’s GHG emissions. While emerging advanced propulsion technologies have significant potential to reduce emissions, near-term opportunities to reduce the carbon intensity of transportation through shifts to lower carbon modes can also contribute to the achievement …

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