How can Canada respond to the future demand for electric and alternative fuel vehicles? How will the relevant workforce be transformed to meet this demand?
Red River College is proud to lead the first of several Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery webinars to discuss topics like these.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, April 8 at noon to learn how Canada can make the change to electric and alternative fuel vehicles. A group of expert panelists will explore the future of research, industry trends, and consumer perspectives and discuss what is needed for the new economy.
Register now at www.resilientcolleges.ca/webinars
Participate in the discussion on social media using the following hashtags: #C2R2 #ResilientRecovery #BuildBackBetter #CdnEnv #EconDev
- Jojo Delos Reyes from Red River College, Vehicle Technology & Energy Centre
- Clara Clairman from Plug N’ Drive
- John DeBoer of Siemens Future Grid and eMobility Solutions
- Jim Stanford from The Centre for Future Work
About Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery (C2R2)
Red River College is proud to be a founding member of C2R2, a group of climate-action leading colleges, Cégeps, institutions, and polytechnics from across Canada who have joined forces to educate a post-pandemic workforce to support a new climate-focused economic recovery. Learn more about how we work together to lead the transition to a clean economy.