Be Strong Korea

As you know well, there are a lot of places suffering from the CoronaVirus.

Let’s keep one in our mind. We are all same in one world. They are our sister, brothers and friends, global family. Let’s support them whatever we can.

WE CAN WIN. CoronaVirus will be killed soon. Be Strong Korea people..

 

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Foreseeson Technology, Inc. becomes one of the “TOP 100 MANUFACTURERS IN METRO VANCOUVER for 2020”

Congratulations Foreseeson Technology team for being one of the “TOP 100 MANUFACTURERS IN METRO VANCOUVER for 2020”! This prestigious award is recognized by Business Professionals group in Vancouver, British Columbia. We owe this to our hardworking top leaders, employees and customers who continuously support our EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) craftmanship.

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Notice for the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program

The Government of Canada is steadfast in its belief that electrification is key to decarbonizing our transportation sector and transitioning to a low-carbon future. That is why, the Government of Canada has set ambitious federal targets for  zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) reaching 10% of light-duty vehicles (LDV) sales per year by 2025, 30% by 2030 and 100% by 2040.

According to experts, access to localized and visible charging infrastructure is key to alleviate consumer concerns about where to charge their vehicle. To that end, the Government of Canada announced, through Budget 2019, $130 million over five years (2019-2024) to deploy a network of zero-emission vehicle charging (level 2 and higher) and refuelling stations in more localized areas where Canadians live, work and play. Support is also available for strategic projects for electric vehicle and/or hydrogen infrastructure for corporate fleets, last-mile delivery fleets, and mass transit.

This funding will be delivered through cost-sharing contribution agreements for eligible projects that will help meet the growing charging and refuelling demand.

⚡️For more details, visit https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/energy-efficiency-transportation/zero-emission-vehicle-infrastructure-program/21876

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Buildex Vancouver

Buildex Vancouver is now going on from February 12 to 13, 2020. Western Canada’s largest forum connecting the holistic building industry, uniting tradition and innovation to shape the spaces of tomorrow. Visit Foreseeson Technology, Inc. at booth #1543.

Address: Vancouver Convention Centre West

 

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Be Strong WuHan

As you know well, there are a lot of places suffering from the CoronaVirus.

Especially at the Hubei / Wuhan areas, so many people got affected and died. Really Sad, and Really heart breaking situation. People could not get proper treatment and people could not get enough foods, they are in scary uncertainty.

I feel more critical issue we are facing is Separation / Isolation / Rejection are all over. It is very understandable because of the scary situation of CoronaVirus.

Let’s keep one in our mind. We are all same in one world. They are our sister, brothers and friends, global family. Let’s support them whatever we can.

WE CAN WIN. CoronaVirus will be killed soon. Be Strong WuHan people..

 

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Gas car scrappage program launches in Ontario, offering $2,000 towards purchase of used EV

Through Plug’n Drive, drivers can now receive $1,000 to ditch their gasoline car, in addition to another $1,000 towards the purchase of a used EV

Plug’n Drive, a Toronto-based non-profit, has announced a new initiative offering Ontario drivers looking to go electric $1,000 to have their gas vehicles scrapped and recycled. The program is offered in tandem with Plug’n Drive’s Used Electric Vehicles Incentive, announced last year, which offers an additional $1,000 towards the purchase of a used electric vehicle.

⚡️For more details, visit https://electricautonomy.ca/2020/01/23/gas-car-scrappage-program-launches-in-ontario-offering-2000-towards-purchase-of-used-ev/

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Richmond improves access to EV charging stations

⚡️Use it then move it. Richmond City Council approved bylaws last night (Mon, Jan 13) aimed at improving access to City-owned electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by introducing hourly charging fees that will come into affect on Sun, Mar 1, 2020.

⏳By applying hourly fees, users are encouraged to charge their vehicle and then move it to make room for other users. The fees were calculated on a cost recovery basis.

⏳Users will pay only for the time they are actually plugged in on a minute-by-minute basis.

⚡️For more details, visit http://bit.ly/2FQPrKY

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BC Gov’t Rebate Program for EV Charging Stations

The BC government's funding plan for EV charging stations for the following three applications:

  1. Single-detached family homes
  2. Condominiums and apartments (MURBs)
  3. Workplace EV charging

 

In Brief:

  • Single detached homes: Up to $350. (Cannot be combined with any other rebate. Ex. ZAPBC)
  • MURBS: Funding for up to $2000 per port, up to $14K (7 charging ports)
  • Retrofits for buildings constructed before Aug. 31st, 2019
  • Can submit separate applications for up to 4 different sites
  • Only incurred costs after pre-approval letter can be claimed
  • Must be level 2, networked stations
  • DEADLINES: Projects must be completed within 4 months of receiving a pre-approval letter OR by March 31st 2020, whichever comes first

IMPORTANT:  It is up to the applicant to apply for the rebate program. (Ex. Home owners, strata corporation, property services company, etc.).

 

Application forms are available at the links below. Scroll to bottom of each web page to access forms.

BC Hydro customers

FortisBC  customers

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