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Études SAUVéR – Gestion de flotte municipale
Des études SAUVéR ont été réalisées dans plus de 45 municipalités et MRC au Québec et au Canada depuis 2014. Ces études permettent d’analyser les besoins et les potentiels en autopartage et l’utilisation de véhicules électriques au sein des flottes municipales.
La majorité d’entre elles ont servies à réaliser 3 projets pilotes; au Québec et au Nouveau-Brunswick.
Projet Énergie Renouvelable et Efficacité Énergétique Biomasse (PEREEB) – Volet Étude
Projet PEREEB MIC 15251
Les objectifs du volet étude économique, de faisabilité technique et étude de marché du PEREEB était d’étudier les besoins et d’identifier les potentiels d’utilisation de la biomasse forestière résiduelle par les municipalités et les communautés desservies par l’Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick (AFMNB)
Study project for the Net Zero Complex of Petit-Rocher
The municipality of Petit-Rocher wants to study the feasibility of the project to build a Net Zero complex focused on the major renovation of its arena located in the city center. Built in 1976, the existing facilities are being damaged and some of its systems and equipment are outdated, leaving the arena to not meet current standards. The Petit-Rocher Net Zero Complex study project would allow the municipality and the community to explore the feasibility of building infrastructure to improve energy efficiency using the various technological options that are accessible.
Project Partners: Fédération canadienne des municipalités (FCM) – FMV 15118
Technical and financial study for the acquisition of electric vehicles – Centre National de Transport Avancé and the Municipalities of Plessisville, Nicolet, Amqui and Deux-Montagnes
The municipalities of Plessisville, Nicolet, Amqui and Deux-Montagnes have partnered with YHC Environnement and the Centre National de Transport Avancé (CNTA) to study the feasibility of making their municipal fleets more ecological by incorporating electric vehicles into their car-sharing system. This initiative will enable municipalities to reduce fossil fuel consumption and GHG emissions, significantly reduce municipal spending, and improve community-friendly transit service located in Quebec. The technical and financial study will consist of three components: the integration of electric vehicles in the vehicle fleet for each municipality; the establishment of a car-sharing service for these electric vehicles offered to residents of partner municipalities; and the CNTA’s upgrade of an electric vehicle adapted to both municipal and car-sharing needs, which could be used across Canada.
Project Partners: Fédération canadienne des municipalités (FCM) – FMV 13039
SAUVéR-SSe-AFMNB, Technical Feasibility Study and Market Research
In partnership with AFMNB, YHC Environnement conducted a study to assess the feasibility of implementing a regional electric vehicle car-sharing system in New Brunswick. The initiative aims to reduce GHG emissions by introducing electric carpool vehicles into municipal fleets and establishing electric service stations. The establishment of an electric charging service in each municipality would create a greenway where electric vehicles could be charged at multiple stations and, as a result, travel longer distances. Municipal employees would reserve and use electric vehicles for their own needs during working hours and, when not used by municipal employees, electric vehicles would be made available to external users.
This innovative project will support rural development in New Brunswick as it could become a tourist attraction and the creation of an electric green route will demonstrate to the public the benefits of electric cars and car-sharing.
12 municipalities participated in this project: Bas-Caraquet, Dieppe, Edmundston, Kedgwick, Lamèque, Petit-Rocher, Richibucto, Rogersville, Saint-Léonard, Saint-Quentin, Shippagan, Tracadie.
Project Partners: Fédération canadienne des municipalités (FCM) – MCIC-15215