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May 3, 2024

Sustainable Development and Energy Transition Award and Public Choice Award.

On April 30th, the 15th edition of the AQTr’s Grand Excellence Awards took place as part of the 58th annual congress. It was an exceptional evening of recognition, excellence, and celebration! Together, we celebrated remarkable achievements that inspire and shape our industry.

The Plug-In Fleet – Heavy Duty Trucks project won 2 awards!

  • Trophée Sustainable Development and Energy Transition Award Trophy
  • Trophée Public Choice Award Trophy

This recognition highlights the significant contribution of the project to the ecosystem of electric and intelligent transportation and our efforts to ensure a sustainable and prosperous future for the transportation sector. 🔌⚡️🌱

On behalf of the Innovative Vehicle Institute, the Plug-In fleet – Heavy Duty Trucks project team would like to thank the evaluation committees formed by the members of AQTr’s Expertise Tables and its honorary jury composed of Dominique Brault, Senior Vice President, Transportation at CIMA+; Martin Thibault, Vice President – Project Delivery – Infrastructure, North America at Stantec; and Guy Picard, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AQTr.

We congratulate the 21 finalist projects and warmly thank all project partners:

Ministère de l’Environnement et Lutte contre les changements climatiques (MELCC) (Programme Action-Climat)
Peterbilt Motors Company
Lion Électrique
Kenworth Truck Co.
Excellence Peterbilt
Groupe Kenworth Montréal
Transdiff JDH Peterbilt
Malco Électrique – Solutions de Recharge
Association du camionnage du Québec (ACQ)
Sia Partners
Centre de gestion de équipement roulant (CGER) du Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable du Québec (MTMD)
Centre de formation du transport routier de Saint-Jérôme
Centre de formation en transport de Charlesbourg
Volvo Trucks

This project is being carried out through a financial contribution from the Government of Québec as part of the Action-Climat Québec program and meets the objectives of the 2030 Plan for a Green Economy