BC Hydro Powertech in partnership with Emily Carr University explored the opportunities around Electric Vehicle Infrastructures within private businesses and municipalities



Wayfinding, Print, Service Design

working at

BC Hydro Powertech

in collaboration with

James Hallam, Clea Lautrey

The demand for clean transportation, powered by renewable energy, has never been higher. British Columbia is expected to experience high adoption rates of this exciting new technology and will transition more quickly to electric mobility than many other jurisdictions. The province has always been at the forefront of clean transportation and clean energy technologies and Powertech has a long history in providing innovative solutions to these important industry sectors. British Columbia is ideally situated to take advantage of the many benefits EVs have to offer with over 90% of electricity coming from renewable hydro-electric sources.

My role as a co-op communication designer at BC Hydro Powertech included wayfinding, signage design, service design, concept development, marketing and communication. As well, I participated in client meetings and site evaluations with municipalities such as The City of Surrey and Colwood, and businesses including ICBC and Van Dusen Gardens.