EV Charging Infrastructure Canada 2024

July 10 – 11, 2024

Sheraton Parkway Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 EV Charging Infrastructure 2024 is where leading automotive manufacturers will meet with electrical charge port developers, electrical grid operators, city planners, and policymakers to explore and establish robust electrical infrastructure and charge ports to meet the needs of the new generation of electric vehicles.

In just over a decade, electric vehicle ownership is estimated to reach 5 million units in Ontario alone, leading to an ever-increasing need for EV charging ports to meet the demands of the e-Mobility market. As Canada embarks on a ‘mine to mobility’ strategy for producing electric vehicles and EV components, the country must build a complimentary electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support the growing EV market.

While charging technology has evolved faster, electrical infrastructure development across Canada has remained a considerable challenge. According to a recent report by KPMG, EV charging demand for electric vehicles could reach 200,000 charging ports, a four-fold increase to support 20 million EVs on Canadian roads by 2030. With more charge ports, the industry will face the fresh challenges of maintaining uptime. There is an urgent need for Smart IT-enabled solutions for supporting operations and maintenance (O&M) of the charge ports currently in service.

Key topics on this year’s agenda include:
  • EV charging infrastructure and e-Mobility industry forecasts
  • Exploring the next generation of smart and efficient EV charging ports
  • Latest research in V2X Technology and Ultra-Fast charging for electric vehicles
  • Evaluating the current policies and future plans for cities and network development
  • Upcoming regulations and industry standards for developing intelligent infrastructure
  • New case studies from charge port developers and working with policymakers

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