The City of Brampton adopted the Peel Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy.
Community EV Strategy
Burlington's Electric Mobility Strategy which provides a pathway for the community of Burlington to transition to electric mobility, a key program area identified in the Climate Action Plan necessary to achieve the target to become a net carbon neutral community by 2050.
The Town of Caledon has a task force/working group to implement locally the Peel Region Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy.
The County does not have a formal plan but has a process in place. The Counties of Wellington, Dufferin, Perth (Stratford and St. Marys), Huron, Bruce, and Grey and the City of Guelph worked together to develop a Regional EV Charging Network Strategy. By working across their jurisdictions, they have identified opportunities for advancing implementation using resources efficiently and increasing efforts to build a cohesive charging network throughout the region.
The Region does not have a formal plan but it is implementing Community EV projects via the Federal Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) – Funding for rounds 1 & 2 is approved, 3 is pending, and 4 is submitted.
The City has proposed a $200K budget in the 2023 budget approval process to develop a Community EV Strategy.
The City of Kingston has an internal document that outlines the strategy to support electric vehicle (EV) uptake in Kingston, promoting the benefits of electric vehicles and readying the local electrical distribution network for EV charging demand.
The Transforming Transportation and Mobility Workplan sets a goal to develop an electric mobility plan for the City of London.
The City submitted a 2023 capital budget request to develop a Corporate and Community EV Policy and Strategy to help increase EV uptake and readiness in the community.
City of Mississauga adopted the Peel Region ZEV Strategy.
The Town does not have a formal plan, but it is implementing the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Project, partnering with Ontario Power Generation.
The City is committed to continue to identify opportunities to support the transition to electric vehicles in Ottawa through the upcoming Electric Vehicle Strategy.
The Peel Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy is a five year plan that identifies actions to accelerate ZEV uptake across the Region of Peel.
Richmond's Hill's Environment Strategy, Action 2.6, sets a goal for the city to research and develop an electric vehicle charging network.
Toronto’s first Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy, approved by City Council in January 2020, identifies actions that the City can pursue to support the transition to electric light-duty vehicles (cars, vans, trucks and SUVs for personal and shared use). Toronto City Council considered an update on Electric Vehicle Strategy Implementation at their July 19, 2022 meeting.
TranformWR, Action 2.1.1 sets a goal for the Region to develop a region-wide electric vehicle strategy.
The City is currently developing a Community EV Strategy.