On July 24, 2012,Toronto Greenhouse will present a Green Cars event in Toronto, Ontario. This event will answer questions like: How sustainable is your vehicle? Should everyone drive electric? Is fuel efficiency the answer? The discussion will be focused on green cars and will include representatives from General Motors, smart Canada (Mercedes-Benz) and Plug’nDrive Ontario.
The panel will be composed of Dan Mepham, Product Manager – Chevrolet Volt – General Motors Canada, Richard Trevisan, Director – smart Canada, a division of Mercedes Benz Canada Inc., Cara Clairman, President and CEO at Plug’nDrive
Toronto Greenhouse’s mission is to foster the growth of the environmentally-friendly business community. Our signature event is a monthly networking session and speaker series which launched in 2009.
This event brings together green companies and friends of the sector. With over 3000 event attendees, we are the leading environmental business forum in Toronto. Over 90 percent of attendees are business professionals with an interest in sustainability. The majority are sr. within their company.
Tickets are $25 (Early Bird) $35 (Full Price) & processing in advance (Online ticket sales end 3 hours before the event, or sell-out) or $40 at the door (if available).
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