Not-for-profit organization and Academics Voting members

Non-profit research institutes and associated NGOs are very active within Electric Mobility Canada. Discover the major benefits for your organization in being a member of the most important association for electric transportation in Canada:

  • Multiple networking platforms : regional chapters, annual conference, EMC website and social media
  • Advocacy by EMC on behalf of the industry
  • Access to valuable EV information
  • Understanding of what projects other research centres are developing
  • Awareness of the overall direction the industry is taking
  • Keeping in touch with the industry and its EV and EV infrastructure projects
  • Opportunities to interact more easily and directly with the NRC
  • Special rates at the Annual EV Conference and Trade Show.

 

Annual Fees for 2017
Annual Budget under $500,000 $620.00 Subscribe
Annual budget over $500,000 $1,075.00 Subscribe
EV Owner Associations $250.00 Subscribe

EMC members in the Not-For-Profit Organization and Academia category

AUTO 21, BCIT, Canadian Automobile Association, Université de Sherbrooke, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, MacMaster University, Niagara College, Red River College, Innovative Vehicle Institute, WatCAR – Centre for Automotive Research – University of Waterloo.

 

 

EMC is collaboratively leading a nation-wide effort in promoting electric mobility in Canada. This is an excellent opportunity for the members from academia to interact with other stakeholders, share relevant EV enabling technologies being developed in academia with them, and provide networking opportunities for the highly qualified personnel being trained in Canadian universities. Ali Emadi, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Hybrid Powertrain
MacMaster University
The annual Conference and Trade Show organized by EMC is the opportunity to meet and discuss with industry leaders from across the country. This gives any research centre an undeniable standing, not mentioning the presence of the NRC at the event. Loïc Boulon, Ph. D., Professeur, Département de génie électrique
et de génie informatique, Institut de Recherche sur l'Hydrogène
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières