Sudbury’s hit conference focused on battery-electric vehicles is set to return to the Nickel City this spring.
BEV In Depth: Mines to Mobility will take place May 31 to June 1 at Cambrian College.
Last year, mining, companies, auto-makers, technology manufacturers and others gathered to discuss how Sudbury could become a hub for battery electric vehicle (BEV) manufacturing expertise in Ontario.
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Keynote speakers at the conference included Julie Dabrusin, the parliamentary secretary to the minister of Natural Resources and parliamentary secretary to the minister of Environment and Climate Change; Brian Kingston, president and CEO of the Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada; and David Adams, president of the Global Automakers Association of Canada.
Additionally, battery-electric vehicles were on site and participants toured local companies, innovation centres, and research facilities to see first-hand Sudbury’s available expertise.
More detailed information about the 2023 conference is expected to be announced shortly.