February 20, 2024

Zero-Emission Fleets: Reconnect 2024

Event Start Date
2024-03-06 10:00:00
Event End Date
2024-03-06 15:00:00
115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, BC
North Vancouver
Plug In BC

Join Plug In BC  for a single-day forum to experience the newest electric fleet vehicles. They will have test drives, ride-along, and unique specialty-use vehicles at the leading edge of fleet electrification! Hear about the benefits and opportunities available to your fleet, and learn about the Go Electric rebates provided to businesses and consumers.

Focusing on Electrifying Medium and Heavy-Duty Fleets

This year’s event focuses on the business case for electric fleets and real-world examples from local organizations that have gone electric. Panel presentations will be aligned with the following topics:

  • Leading Innovation in Electrification of BC Industries.
  • Current Climate in the Electrification of Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles.
  • Large Electric Vehicle Fleet Charging at Your Workplace.
  • How to Scale Up Fleets Beyond Pilot Projects.

Experience and Engagement

It’s not all talk, and it’s more than kicking tires. While the event features short panel discussions and information sessions, it also offers hands-on learning and test-drive experiences.

  • Test-drives with light-duty vehicles.
  • Test-rides with medium and heavy-duty vehicles.
  • A diverse range of display vehicles: on-road, off-road, medium and heavy-duty vehicles commonly found in fleets and operations.
  • Zero-emission equipment including mobile battery packs, landscaping equipment, electric cargo bikes and other battery powered solutions.
  • Knowledgeable, innovative vendors and service providers supporting zero-emission infrastructure and maintenance.
  • Networking hubs and catered lunch (for paid attendees).



For sponsorship, exhibitor opportunities, and general questions: Balakrishnan Venkata, Program Lead, Zero-Emission Fleets / Go Electric Fleets Program, Plug In BC.

For sponsor logo submissions, design and marketing questions: Michael Stanyer, Program Lead Communications, Plug In BC. mstanyer@fraserbasin.ca