David Agosti

Director - Parking & Sustainable Mobility, Simon Fraser University
David Agosti is the Director of Parking and Sustainable Mobility at Simon Fraser University (SFU) and is responsible for everything commuter-related across all three SFU campuses. When looking at transportation, David analyzes consumer behaviour to better understand what motivates people to take different forms of transportation and what can be done to incentivize them to adopt more sustainable modes. Through incentivizing sustainable transportation methods, David’s department aims to help SFU achieve its 2025 Sustainability goal by reducing Scope 3 emissions from commuting by 25%. During David’s decade-plus tenure at SFU, he has seen transportation at Universities shift from parking-focused departments to a more holistic viewpoint that takes into account the economic, environmental, and sociocultural impacts of our collective transportation choices. David is currently focusing on the intersection of data & technology, consumer behavior, and sustainability in the transportation field in such areas as: electrification, micro-mobility, mode-shift, and connectivity. During his spare time, David unplugs from technology and enjoys hikes into the backcountry of British Columbia to experience the natural wonder of our province.

Travis Allan

Chief Legal & Public Affairs Officer
Travis J. Allan is the Vice-President, Public Affairs and General Counsel at FLO, one of North America's leading electric vehicle charging networks and manufacturer of charging solutions. Travis works with and advises numerous governments across North America on electric vehicle (EV) and climate policy matters. He is the Chair of Electric Mobility Canada's National Government Relations Committee and a member of the executive committee, a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Electric Autonomy, Chair of the Board at Project Neutral and he has been selected as one of Canada's leading energy lawyers by Who's Who Legal. He serves as a contributing editor at the International Energy Law Review (published by Sweet & Maxwell) and has previously served as adjunct faculty at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Mahdis Araujo

Program Manager, Sustainable Transportation, Fraser Basin Council

Charlotte Argue

Senior Manager, Sustainable Mobility, Geotab
As Sr. Manager of Sustainable Mobility at Geotab, the world’s leading telematics company, Charlotte’s focus is on enabling fleets in reducing carbon emissions with data-driven solutions, and sharing aggregated insights to inform large-scale vehicle electrification strategies. She is a subject matter expert in fleet electrification and a champion for connected vehicle technology solutions in the EV industry. Charlotte has been involved in electric transportation since 2009. Before joining Geotab she managed the Plug In BC initiative in British Columbia, delivering EV programs for fleets, charging infrastructure and public awareness. She sits on the board of NACFE (North American Council for Freight Efficiency) and is BC Chapter Chair for Women of EVs.

Sarah Balloch


Philippe Beaudoin

Associate Consultant, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors

Marie-Helen Bellemare

In-Transit Strategy Manager, FLO

Daniel Carr

Head, Smart Cities, Green Energy & Technology Centre, Alectra Utilities
Daniel Carr is an experienced developer and leader of new initiatives, with expertise in innovative, customer-facing energy program management, strategy development and policy advocacy. In his role of Head, Smart Cities at Alectra Utilities, he develops strategy and leads projects that bring new distributed energy technologies and concepts into practice, with a focus on electric mobility, sensor networks and electricity pricing. Daniel has a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration from Carleton University, with an undergraduate degree in Government from Cornell University. He chairs Electric Mobility Canada's Utilities Committee.

Melissa Chow

Director, Investments, Canada Infrastructure Bank
Melissa Chow joined the CIB in 2022 and is a Director on the Investments team. Melissa supports the CIB’s investments in Transit and currently leads the CIB’s Charging and Hydrogen Refuelling Infrastructure initiative.

Melissa has 12 years of banking experience in the infrastructure and real estate sectors. Prior to joining the CIB, she was a Director, Corporate Banking at Scotiabank where she was involved in structuring and arranging several landmark project finance and leveraged acquisition finance transactions in Canada, the United States and Europe. Melissa started her career practicing law at a Canadian law firm with a focus on infrastructure project finance.

Melissa holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University and a BCom from Queen’s University.

Jason Clifton

Partner, EY

Isabel Cyr

Government Relations & Public Affairs Director, Lithion Technologies

Jeff Davis

CEO, Asset Market

Frédéric Dechamplain

Climate Change Advisor (ZEV Mandate), MELCCFP (Environment Québec)
With a master's degree in chemistry, I spent six years working in the environmental field at FPinnovations before joining the Quebec Ministry of the Environment in 2012. I first joined the ranks of the environmental emergencies coordination office, where, among other things, I acted as an expert for the restoration of the Chaudière River following the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster. Since 2018, I have been a member of the VZE team in the Climate and Energy Transition Office, where I manage the VZE standard for light vehicles (both relations with manufacturers and modeling of different scenarios for the implementation of the new regulations). Our team is also working on the development of new regulations for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

Audrey Dépault

Senior Advisor, Public Policy and Business Development,Tesla
A graduate of Concordia University and the University of Sherbrooke, Audrey joined Tesla after more than a decade working in the non-profit climate movement. She was Director of the Canadian branch of The Climate Reality Project, founded by former Vice President Al Gore.

At Tesla, Audrey covers a variety of policy issues, which are aimed at accelerating the transition to sustainable energy. Audrey is particularly interested in the various policy approaches to recover, re-use and recycle used and end-of-life EV and storage batteries.

Jeff Dion

Sr. Product Director, FLO

Edward Fagan

Associate Partner, Zero Nexus

Pascal Flambard

Business Development Manager Canada, Kempower Canada Inc.
Graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine in France, after many years as an executive within software industry leaders in mechanical and then electrical engineering, in Europe and North America, Pascal Flambard has chosen the dynamic transport electrification market with Kempower, the Scandinavian flagship of this industry. With extremely rapid but well-controlled growth, this Finnish company is well aware of the challenges of electrification in difficult climatic conditions very similar to the Canadian climate. Its recent penetration of the North American market is exemplary.

Sara Ganowski

Senior Manager, Power & Utilities, e-Mobility, EY
Sara Ganowski is a Senior Manager in the Business Consulting practice of Ernst & Young Canada with 10 years of experience in the sustainable energy, power & utilities, and electric-mobility sector. Sara leads EY’s eMobility portfolio in the Power & Utilities sector, working with energy companies coast-to-coast on business transformation strategies with a focus on electrification. Prior to her consulting career, Sara led industry award-winning utility innovation and EV programs, managed market research portfolios, and spearheaded multi-stakeholder partnerships in the energy transition space. She is a published author in international scientific journals and was recognized as Canada’s 2022 Clean50 for her contributions to the clean economy.

Amin Ghazanfari

Innovation and Development Lead, Hydro-Québec
Amin is a business strategist and clean energy leader with over 15 years of impactful leadership in electric mobility and engineering. As the Innovation and Development Lead at Hydro-Québec's Center of Excellence in Transportation Electrification and Energy Storage in Montréal, Québec, Canada, he drives diverse R&D portfolios with global reach. His expertise lies in crafting market-driven strategies, developing innovative technologies, and shaping policies for a sustainable, low-carbon future. In his role, Amin leads cross-functional teams dedicated to developing operational technologies in electric vehicle charging infrastructure and energy storage systems. His commitment to excellence extends to academia, where he serves as an adjunct associate professor at Polytechnique Montréal and a faculty member at Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, Canada. He has completed many award-winning projects and received over 20 major distinctions. He sits on the expert committee of the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Standards Council of Canada, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. He earned his Ph.D. degree in energy systems from the University of Alberta and is a professional engineer and Senior Member of IEEE.

Manny Grewal

Project Manager, CIMA+
I am a professional engineer with a strong base of skills and expertise leading technology-driven projects in Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Mobility, and Transportation Electrification.

Bradley Groters

Director of Policy, Hubject
With over a decade of experience in CleanTech, energy, and the transportation sector, Trishan Peruma is helping to accelerate and scale the global adoption of electric vehicles. At Hubject, a B2B software company, Trishan is championing interoperability and transforming the EV landscape by partnering with infrastructure operators and auto OEMs to facilitate seamless and secure EV charging. As the world’s leading provider of Plug&Charge and eRoaming, Hubject is focused on supporting network scale, charger reliability and increasing driver choice. Prior to Hubject, Trishan previously held leadership positions at Pod Point, a major electric vehicle infrastructure operator in the UK and Norway, as well as ViriCiti, a leading electric fleet software provider in Europe and North America (acquired by ChargePoint in 2021).

Nicholas Handcock

Senior Manager, Global Customer Experience Transformation Research Lead, EY

Alan Hejl

Founder & Lead Consultant, Spark Access
Alan Hejl (he/him/his) is the founder and lead consultant at Spark Access. With a mission to improve accessibility and disability inclusion across the mobility industry for people with disabilities, Spark Access layers solutions for sparking inclusive innovation across products, services, and employment initiatives to deliver systemic and sustainable change. Accessibility and removing barriers is a personal passion of his, as he identifies with chronic nerve pain & neurodiversity and has a partner who is paralyzed and a manual wheelchair user. Outside of work, when he isn’t cooking or gardening, Alan serves with the Ferndale Accessibility & Inclusion Advisory Commission for the city of Ferndale, Michigan, serves as a Board Member of Michigan Disability Rights Coalition (MDRC), and participates as an active member with Detroit Disability Power. Alan also has an undergraduate degree from Michigan Tech University, certification in Disability Inclusion and Accessible Design from the University of Michigan, and is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) with the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).

Emma Hill

Principal Analyst, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors

Mitchell House

Project Manager - Environmental Programs, City of Ottawa
Mitchell House is a Project Manager with the City of Ottawa's Climate Change and Resiliency Unit. He has over 5 years of work experience related to sustainability and climate change policy and programs, alongside a Masters Degree in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Ottawa. He has been driving an electric vehicle for the last 7 years, and has also volunteered with the Electric Vehicle Council of Ottawa at a variety of community events to encourage others to make the shift to electric mobility. When not at work, Mitchell can often be found hiking local trails with his wife and son, or exploring new countries and cultures.

Eliza Jackson

Clean Transportation Analyst, Province of Nova Scotia - Natural Resources and Renewables
Eliza Jackson, MCIP, LPP is a Clean Transportation Analyst with the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources and Renewables, where she works to advance electrification of transportation and transportation efficiency. What started as a love of cycling in her city has blossomed into a career that has been driven by a passion for creating greater access to low-carbon transportation options in Nova Scotia and contributing to the development of equitable and sustainable communities.

Umer Khan

Canadian Standards Association

Ian Klesmer

Director of Strategy and Grants, The Atmospheric Fund
Ian oversees TAF’s Electric Vehicle program and Grants program, working with private, public and community groups to develop and deliver high-impact climate projects. Ian also plays a lead role in ensuring that TAF’s overall strategy is implemented throughout the organization. He has worked in energy and climate policy both domestically and abroad and at all levels of government.

Luis Leal

Business Development Manager, E-Mobility, Phoenix Contact Ltd.
Luis Leal is the business development manager for the E-Mobility department at Phoenix Contact LTD in Canada. Phoenix Contact is a global market leader based in Germany focusing on the fields of energy, infrastructure, process, and factory automation, as well as solutions for charging electric vehicles. Since joining Phoenix Contact in 2018, Luis has been involved in multiple projects across Canada addressing challenges in the infrastructure and electric vehicle industry. Prior to joining Phoenix Contact, Luis worked as the railway specialist and field sales engineer at Stäubli Electrical Connectors, where he worked with rolling stock OEMs in North America and was addressing challenges in the electrification of heavy vehicles in mining and agricultural applications. Luis holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Public Relations from McGill University.

Edmund Leduc

UX Design Interaction, FLO

Louise Lévesque

Senior Director of Policy, Electric Mobility Canada
Louise Levesque is the Senior Director of Policy at Electric Mobility Canada (EMC), with vast experience as a communications, marketing, and public relations consultant, specializing in the commercial, cooperative and environmental sectors. At EMC, she focuses on a number of electromobility issues by conducting research & analysis, and leading committees such as the organization’s Government Relations Committee, and the Battery Working Group.

No stranger to the Canadian electric vehicle (EV) space, Louise has been working exclusively on communications mandates for companies and organizations centred on EVs and charging since 2015. She has planned and executed electric vehicle test drive events, as well as educational and awareness campaigns, and has contributed to the development of communication plans, stakeholder relations, strategies and event logistics.

Vivian Li

Natural Resources Canada

Nancy Lirette

Coordinator of the Québec Strategy for Electric Vehicle Charging, MELCCFP (Environment Quebec)
Over 24 years with the Quebec government, now with the Ministère de l'Environnement, de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques, de la Faune et des Parcs as Coordinator of the Quebec Strategy for Electric Vehicle Charging.

Matthieu Loos

Director of Technology Group, FLO
Matth is the director of the Technology Group at FLO EV Charging, a North American leader in EV Charging giving access to more than 60,000 charging ports across North America. He has close to 10 years of experience in electromobility delivering a variety of accomplishments across the EV charging value chain. He deployed demand response programs demonstrating the benefits of EV charging flexibility for utility’s operation, deployed slow & fast charging infrastructure for public, private and fleet owned & operated networks, certified EVSEs for industry compliance to open market access, drove utilization of charging networks up with innovative roaming strategies, and is now leading the FLO’s efforts in deploying innovative technologies with the next generation of devices like the FLO Ultra.

David Lyon

President, Zero Nexus

Hannah Macdonald

Associate Consultant, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors

Brendan McEwen

Managing Consultant, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors
Brendan McEwen has worked in climate policy for over 17 years, supporting different levels of government, utilities and the private sector develop and implement practical solutions to achieve zero carbon transportation and buildings at scale. He developed the world's first 100% EV Ready residential parking requirement for the City of Richmond, and has since consulted to multiple jurisdictions on leading residential and commercial EV Ready requirements, including the Cities of Vancouver and Toronto and Natural Resources Canada. He also designed the first of its kind BC Hydro EV Ready Rebate Program, which supports multifamily buildings to make EV Ready retrofits at scale. He has a Masters in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Behnaz Naeimian

PhD Student, York University
PhD student in Transportation Engineering at York University

Leslie Ng

Senior Sustainability Specialist, City of Vancouver
Leslie Ng is a Sustainability Professional with over 20 years of experience working in the areas of sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and environmental strategy and policy development. She currently leads the City of Vancouver's electric vehicle strategy under the City's Climate Emergency Action Plan. Leslie has supported transformation in many arenas, including the commercial sector, the green building sector, corporate sustainability initiatives and community-based initiatives. Leslie holds a P.Eng and MBA from the University of BC.

Kush Obhrai

Manager, Ivy Charging Network

Mohamed Osman

PhD Researcher, Concordia University

Simon Ouellette

Co-Founder and CEO, ChargeHub
Simon Ouellette is a co-founder and CEO of ChargeHub. In this role, he leads the firm’s efforts to secure partnerships with stakeholders within the electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem to improve the public charging experience across North America. Simon oversees a multidisciplinary team of data scientists, software engineers, product managers and designers building technical tools and software that sector partners can use to develop the best possible user experience for EV drivers. Prior to focusing on EV charging at ChargeHub, Simon has led the successful design, build and delivery of unique off-road electric vehicles.

Anthony Patriarca

Senior Manager, EY
Anthony is a Senior Manager within EY Consulting leading eMobility within the Energy Transition and supply chain and operations sector, Anthony advises clients within the eMobility ecosystems on electrification, charging infrastructure, and customer experience strategies and roadmaps. During Anthony's 19 years in the Automotive industry, he has lead technical and business development teams in driving strategic initiatives and large scale complex projects from concept to commercialization.

Frederick Prigge

President, Developpement YULtek Inc.
Electrical engineering with a passion for low GHG transportation and renewable energy. Frederick has been the Director of Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D) at the Innovative Vehicle Institute since its foundation in 2015. He has also occupied the same position at the Centre National du Transport Avancé, as well as hardware engineer for a computer vision company for a decade. With more than 20 years of experience in the field, he has successfully led many ambitious electrification projects, including the first electric school bus prototypes for the Lion Company and 100% electric city buses for Nova Bus amongst other disruptive new vehicles.

Sanjeev Pushkarna

Director, Business Development, Nova Scotia Power
Sanjeev leads Nova Scotia Power’s efforts in supporting the development of the hydrogen and offshore wind sector in the province, responding to the needs of government, hydrogen developers and others that are impacted by this important new industry.

Before starting his new role in business development, Sanjeev led Smart Grid Nova Scotia, a program focused on demonstrating the value that Distributed Energy Resources can provide to customers and the electricity system in NS. Project components include residential and commercial battery systems, commercial rooftop solar PV, EV smart chargers, EV bidirectional chargers and the province’s first Community Solar Garden.

Sanjeev is also active in the community, serving as an Executive Board Member for the Downtown Halifax Business Commission, FIN Atlantic International Film Festival and Electric Mobility Canada. Sanjeev is originally from NS and completed a BSc from Acadia University and an MBA from Dalhousie University.

Christopher Ralph

Manager - Sustainable Mobility and Electrification, Norda Stelo Engineering
Christopher Ralph is the manager of smart mobility and electrification at Norda Stelo Engineering. He has studied international environmental policy at the Université de Québec, and climate change policy at the University of Toronto. He has been electrifying fleets and deploying renewable energy since 2012, and has worked for companies such as The Lion Electric Company, Hydro Ottawa and Brookfield Renewable Energy over his career.

Aditya Ramesh

Product Line Manager - LV Assemblies & EV Infrastructure
Aditya started his career as an Automation Engineer before transitioning to Product Marketing and Management at Eaton. He has been with Eaton for over 6 years in positions of increasing product ownership. Presently, he is the Product Line Manager for Low Voltage Distribution Assemblies and EV Charging Infrastructure across Canada. In this role, Aditya and his team are responsible for product launch, support, and market growth of Panelboards, Switchboards, Automatic Transfer Switches, Switchgear, and EV Charging solutions. He is an active member with the Electro Federation Canada (EFC) and sits on CSA standards committees. Aditya holds a Bachelors Degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the University of Waterloo and a Masters in Business Administration from Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.

Hajo Ribberink

Senior Research Engineer, Natural Resources Canada
Hajo Ribberink has a M.A.Sc. degree in Applied Physics from Delft University in the Netherlands. He has over 30 years of experience in using modelling and simulation to assess new and innovative technologies in the energy field. At Natural Resources Canada, he leads CanmetENERGY’s research on transportation electrification and advanced transportation technologies. His research includes decarbonization of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles (on-road and off-road), electric road systems, and grid impact of charging infrastructure.

Patrick Robitaille

Project Manager, Innovative Vehicle Institute

Scott Sharabura

Vice President, Electric Vehicle Charging, Parkland Corporation
Scott Sharabura has 25 years of experience across the energy value chain. He is currently the VP of Electric Vehicle Charging for Parkland Corporation, focused on bringing EV charging solutions to retail and commercial customers; under his leadership, Parkland has opened 50 DC fast charging stations, and will expand to Ontario and Quebec in 2024. In his previous role as VP Strategy, Scott led the development of an energy transition strategy for Parkland, focusing on how Parkland can diversify its business and help its customers to decarbonize, including renewable diesel, EV charging, hydrogen, solar and carbon offsets. Prior to joining Parkland, Scott spent 15 years with the oil & gas practice of two leading management consulting firms (Booz Allen Hamilton and McKinsey), and two years as a refinery process engineer with Imperial Oil’s refinery in Sarnia. Scott holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, and Bachelor of Applied Science (Chem Eng) from the University of Waterloo in Canada.

Aaron Silver

Manager, Climate Action Transportation Initiatives, Toronto Hydro

Thierry Spiess

Deputy Director On Road Transportation Division, Natural Resoucres Canada

Louise Tanguay

Deputy Director, Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program

Alaa Torkey

PhD Student, University of Western Ontario
Alaa Torkey, PhD Student at Western University and researcher at the Emergent Mobility for Resilient Communities (EMRC) Lab at Western Engineering. Her research focuses on regulating the mobility of EVs during disruptive events. Alaa aspires to develop a proactive framework for emergency management of EVs during disasters.

Elly Toyer

Marketing and Communications Officer, Portsmouth International Port (UK)
Elly Toyer is Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator at Portsmouth International Port. Part of Portsmouth City Council, it is Britain’s biggest municipal port, with more routes to Europe than any other. Elly is responsible for driving the port forward with its ambitious sustainability goals. as they work towards being net zero by 2030, and emissions free by 2050. Elly has a passion for the environment and is a second year student with The Open University, where she is working towards a degree in Environmental Science. Elly supports the port by identifying, developing and delivering projects to help them on their journey to decarbonisation, which range from shore power provision through to renewable energy generation. Most recently, Elly successfully led a bid for £19.8m of funding from the UK government’s Zero Emissions Vessels and Infrastructure competition (ZEVI). The project, called Sea Change, will design, build and operate a ‘shore power’ system across the three busiest berths at Portsmouth International Port. This will allow visiting ferry or cruise ships to turn off their engines when in the port, as they will be able to ‘plug-in’ and use green electricity to run their onboard systems.

Jeff Turner

Director, Mobility, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors
Jeff Turner is the Director of Clean Mobility at Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors, where he supports governments, utilities and other organizations in their efforts to accelerate the transition to electric mobility. He helps his clients to tackle the complexities of transportation electrification, including forecasting EV adoption, understanding charging infrastructure needs, and assessing grid impacts and mitigation strategies. Jeff also sits on the board of directors of Electric Mobility Canada.

Léo Viger-Bernard

Senior Advisor - Specification and Energy Management Strategy, Recharge Véhicule Électrique (RVE)
Léo Viger-Bernard, Senior Advisor in Electric Vehicle Energy Management Solutions, has met (and shared his humor with) EV owners, building managers, government and utilities since starting with RVE in 2017. He has travelled Canada and the US seeking to discuss the many ways to change and improve the charging experience for those that are invested in the evolution of transportation and those working to democratize charging in multi-unit buildings. With RVE and Murbly, he developed a unique approach in North America that allows EV chargers to be connected directly to the electrical infrastructure of MURBs using cost-effective, simple, and long-lasting technology.

Darcy Watt

Program Manager, Off-Street EV Charging, Toronto Parking Authority

Michael Wenzlaff

Program Manager, EV Services, BC Hydro

Kerri Whelan

Senior Product Marketing Manager, FLO

Lindsay Wiginton

Managing Consultant, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors
Lindsay is a co-lead of Dunsky’s Clean Mobility practice with a unique understanding of transportation policies at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. A Registered Professional Planner, she is known for building productive relationships and developing shared strategies toward a common goal. Before joining Dunsky, Lindsay was Senior Project Manager at the City of Toronto and Managing Director of the Pembina Institute’s Transportation and Urban Solutions team. Lindsay has a disability and she is inspired by disability justice advocates in her city, Toronto, and beyond.

Cara Wilke

Principal, Left Turn Right Turn Ltd.
Cara is a seasoned disability inclusion advisor and policy analyst that brings both principled and pragmatic perspectives to the implementation of accessibility and inclusion initiatives. She has 19+ years experience working with both the disability community (e.g. ARCH Disability Law Centre, Council of Canadians with Disabilities) and organizations implementing accessibility legislation and policy (e.g. Senate of Canada, Immigration and Refugee Board, District of North Saanich). She is a trusted and nationally-recognized advisor to multiple government, quasi-governmental, and non-governmental organizations about accessibility best practices and legal obligations, including accessibility planning and standards legislation and human rights legislation.

Evan Wiseman

Senior Manager, Climate Policy, The Atmospheric Fund

Mohamed Zaki

Assistant Professor, University of Western Ontario
Mohamed Zaki is an Assistant Professor at Western University. Dr. Zaki leads the EMRC Lab, which conducts research in smart mobility focusing on autonomous, sustainable, and safe mobility.

Eddy Zuppel

Program Leader, Clean & Energy Efficient Transportation, National Research Council Canada
Eddy Zuppel is currently the Program Leader of the Clean & Energy Efficient Transportation program. As Program Leader, he manages research and development activities aimed at assisting industry and policy development in the low carbon mobility sector. Specifically, he oversees over 50 projects in the areas of aerodynamics, alternative fuel applications, batteries, electrical machines, fleet energy efficiency, and hydrogen applications. He joined the NRC in 2015 as a senior project manager following eleven years in the aerospace industry where he held different managerial positions, including Section Chief of a multidisciplinary team of 20 engineers which supported the development of special mission aircraft. He holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from McGill University and has co-authored eight scientific publications.
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