Events 2022

Two (2) national events will be held in the fall of 2022 to provide fleet managers with the information they need encompassing all aspects of an electrification project. Participants will be able to test-drive electric trucks.

Topics covered during these workshops:

  • Charging infrastructure
  • Running and Maintenance costs
  • Batteries and range
  • Electric trucks available on the market

Why attend ?

To obtain accurate, locally relevant and unbiased information on the electrification of heavy-duty vehicles.

To acquire knowledge and reduce the main concerns you may have about charging infrastructures, operational issues and questions related to the acquisition of the vehicle. This is an occasion to find new ways to make your company more eco-friendly.

To discuss your electrification project with industry leaders and test drive heavy-duty electric vehicles.

 

We hope to see you there!

Québec – September 30th 2022

Date and venue

 

Sept 30th – 2022

9am to 4pm

Centre de formation en transport de Charlesbourg (CFTC)

700, rue de l’Argon, Québec
(Québec) G2N 2G5

Schedule

Workshops 1/2 day and test drive 1/2 day

The full program will be available soon

Enroll now

Cost : FREE

Limited places of seats available

Registration: enroll

 

Partners

Thank you to CFTC for welcoming us during the event.

Montréal – October 25th 2022

Date and venue

October 25th 2022

9am to 4pm

Centre de formation du transport routier de Saint-Jérôme (CFTR)

17000 Rue Aubin, Mirabel,

(Québec), J7J 1B1

 

Schedule

Workshops 1/2 day and test drive 1/2 day

The full program will be available soon

Enroll now

Cost : FREE

Limited places of seats available

Registration: enroll

Partner

Thank you to CFTR for welcoming us during the event.

If you have any questions regarding the program or your registration, do not hesitate to contact us  flotte@ivisolutions.ca

We are still in the registration period

Provincial tour upcoming in 2024

In 2024, we will visit 6 other adminitrative regions. Details will be annonced.