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23 March 2022
Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE), an Ottawa-based not-for-profit organization, has launched a program to install up to 25 electric vehicle chargers in approximately 20 Indigenous communities across Canada.
The program, called Charge Up, is supported by $316,250 in funding from Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emissions Vehicles Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP).
This initiative is a natural fit with ICE’s mandate to help Indigenous communities and groups across Canada to pursue clean energy opportunities. Many Indigenous communities are located in remote areas and the Charge Up program aims to help fast-track the deployment of EV chargers in underserved regions.
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