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New Flyer's McNeill named to Canada's Clean50 sustainability leaders

Posted on October 4, 2019

Jennifer McNeill
Jennifer McNeill

Jennifer McNeill, VP, sales and marketing, for New Flyer, has been named an Honoree of Canada’s prestigious Clean50 list for 2020.

McNeill was honored during the Clean50 Summit held in Toronto, and hosted by Delta Management Group. The Clean50 individual awards recognize Canada’s leaders advancing sustainability and clean capitalism across 16 categories for outstanding contribution to the clean energy economy, with the leader of each category declared part of the Clean16. McNeill was also named to the Clean16, as the category leader for Manufacturing and Transportation.

McNeill has advocated for, facilitated, and promoted zero-emission bus adoption in North America and spearheaded New Flyer’s support of smart city development through smart, sustainable, mobility solutions. She oversaw the development and opening of New Flyer’s Vehicle Innovation Center, and the launch of New Flyer Infrastructure Solutions™, a service dedicated to providing safe, reliable project management for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure deployment.

She currently serves on the boards of the Canadian Urban Transit Association and the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium, as well as the Transportation Research Board Transit Research Analysis Committee in Washington, D.C.

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