NII's Plugging In report wins Economic Developers Association of Canada Award
The Nuclear Innovation Institute is pleased to announce that its report Plugging In: Why Bruce, Grey and Huron must prepare for an electric vehicle future has been awarded a prestigious Marketing Canada Award from the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC).
Awarded under the "Recovery Project/Plan" category, the report an economic recovery tool to support the tourism economy in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties, exploring how we can build back greener and prepare for the coming electric vehicle future.
Full of long-lasting data and recommendations, the report offers guidance through an evidence-based approach to welcome electric vehicle drivers to the Clean Energy Frontier region of Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.
Read the award-winning report at bit.ly/NII-Reports-EV-future.
And learn more about the work of the Clean Energy Frontier Program at nii.ca/clean-energy-frontier.
The Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) is Canada’s national association
of economic development professionals, representing every province and territory across
Canada with nearly 1,000 members. The Association’s mission is to enhance the
professional competence of economic development professionals and ensure placement
of qualified people in the field of economic development, to advance economic
development as a distinct, recognized, and self governing profession and to contribute to
Canada’s well being.