EVS29 - Montreal, Quebec - June 19-22.

Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition. www.EVS29.org

The 29th World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS29), the world’s largest international electric vehicle conference, returns to North America from June 19-22, 2016 in Montréal Québec, Canada. EVS has been assembling global leaders from industry, government and academia to address technical, policy and market topics in the electrification of vehicle fleets since 1969.

Key Features of EVS29:

  • A major trade show with a diverse exhibit floor featuring products, services and organizations.
  • Cutting-edge presentations on electric mobility products and technologies from experts and industry leaders.
  • Academic track showcasing world-renowned researchers and breakthrough findings
  • Frequent networking opportunities, including formal gatherings and customizable meetings
  • Ride, Drive & Charge
  • Technical tours

    History Since 1969, the EVS series has been held every 12 to 18 months, rotating between venues in North America, Europe and Asia. With a history spanning five decades, the EV Symposium & Exhibition has become the premier academic forum for sharing research, best practices, technologies and global networking. As electric drive has moved from the classroom and laboratory to the mainstream market, EVS has become the leading showcase for the latest innovations in electrified mobility. EVS is the most highly acclaimed symposium in the electric drive industry.

    E-Visionary Awards
    The World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) recognizes leaders as E-Visionaries for their use of clean, efficient and sustainable modes of transportation, and for making electric drive a reality in the everyday lives of their citizens. E-Visionary Award recipients are examples for communities around the world to emulate.
    E-Visionary recipients have placed high expectations on electric drive technology in terms of investment and performance, and most likely have overcome formidable challenges to implement their forward-thinking plans. The tremendous benefit and impact of electric drive has been realized because of strong policy leaders who have charted a course to incorporate these new, clean and efficient technologies in a variety of applications. E-Visionaries recognize the advantages that electric drive provides, and have done tremendous work to ensure that their cities thrive while leaving a much lighter footprint on the environment. Each has demonstrated long-term thought and concern for the health of their cities and inhabitants by choosing electric drive as a means to achieve better air quality and increased fuel economy for their fleets.
    E-Visionary recipients are nominated by the three members of the World Electric Vehicle Association: the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) in North America, the European Electric Road Vehicle Association (AVERE), and the Electric Vehicle Association of the Asia Pacific (EVAAP). EVS28 E-Visionary Award candidates will be informed soon.

    E-Visionary Awards History
    - 26 cities and regions have been winners of the E-Visionary Awards since 2002. Our past winners are:

  • 2013 (EVS27, Barcelona, Spain) Malaga (Spain), Goto Islands (Japan), Indianapolis (USA)
  • 2012 (EVS26, Los Angeles, California, USA) Los Angeles (USA), Lisbon (Portugal), Seoul (Korea)
  • 2010 (EVS25, Shenzhen, China) Shenzhen (China), Amsterdam (Netherlands), State of Oregon (USA)
  • 2009 (EVS24, Stavanger, Norway) London (UK), Osaka Prefecture (Japan), Seattle (USA)
  • 2007 (EVS23, Anaheim, California) Bordeaux (France), Pondicherry (India), Mexico City (Mexico)
  • 2006 (EVS22, Yokohama, Japan) Mission for Sustainable Development of Monaco (Monaco), The Government of British Columbia, Vancouver (Canada), Kathmandu Electric Vehicle Alliance (Nepal)
  • 2005 (EVS21, Monaco) San Francisco (USA), Beijing (China), La Rochelle (France)
  • 2005 (EDTA Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia) British Columbia (Canada)
  • 2004 (EDTA Conference, Kissimmee, Florida) The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (USA)
  • 2003 (EVS20, Long Beach) Los Angeles (USA), Yokohama (Japan), Reggio Emilia (Italy)
  • 2002 (EDTA Conference, Hollywood Beach, Florida) Martin County (USA)

    We don't know who will win EVS29 award but you should keep an eye on Amsterdam.

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