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Mass car use is responsible for air pollution that seriously undermines public health and causes climate change. Quebec's increase in greenhouse gas emissions is mainly due to the 21.9% increase in traffic on our roads (1) . This increased dependency on cars has other negative effects on society. Car payments, insurance, gas, parking, upkeep... Accidents, road maintenance,...
Équiterre continues reaching out across the province to talk to the general public about electric transportation.                 Christine Beaulieu invites you to try electric Actress and Electrifying Encounters spokesperson Christine Beaulieu invites you to test drive an electric vehicle with her and many experts in electrification...
Quebec schools have a unique opportunity to take part in a new contest run by Équiterre and its partners: My Charged Up School. Through a variety of fun, interactive educational activities, students will learn about electric transportation and sustainable mobility at school.   ELECTRIFYING PACKAGE Six participating schools will win an “electrifying” prize...
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES:  September 19: 12 to 1 pm: Kiosk - Cafeteria or outside entrance September 19: 3 to 7 pm: Test drives – Unionized employee parking lot September 21: 12 to 1 pm: Kiosk - Cafeteria or outside entrance September 21: 5 to 8 pm: Test drives – Unionized employee parking lot "Fill up on energy" contest *This contest is reserved...
                   Webinars: September 17th - 12 to 12:55 pm (Montreal time) - ENGLISH Link to access the webinar: Electric Vehicle 101 September 18th - 12 to 12h55 pm (Montreal time) - FRENCH 
To fight climate change, the Quebec government has made a commitment to reduce the province’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 20% below the 1990 level by 2020 and to 37.5% by 2030. One of the only ways to reach this goal is to make major structural changes in the area of transportation.    
Cuttingedge technologies, mobile apps and new business models are developing fast and improving access to an increasing number of ecofriendly, inexpensive and practical transportation options across Quebec!
Actualité - 31 May 2017 - Tag : Action of the month, Transportation Cocktail campaign
Why not attend a happening get-together near you this fall? It’s a perfect opportunity to test drive a fully electric vehicle (EV) with its owner and get answers to any questions you have about this sustainable form of transportation!
As well as having undeniable environmental benefits, electric vehicles (EVs) are more economical than gas-powered vehicles. You can save up to $1,500 a year on fuel alone. EV insurance and vehicle maintenance are also much cheaper. Not convinced? Check out this snapshot of potential savings. Want some answers to frequently asked questions about EVs? Take a look at this short...
You may have heard that Quebec is replacing its Public Transit Policy with a new Sustainable Mobility Policy. Groups across the province made suggestions for the plan during public consultations earlier this year. Here is what we had to say. Quebec needs: