The Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance (CNGVA) has appointed Bruce Winchester as Executive Director of CNGVA, effective immediately. Prior to joining the CNGVA, Mr. Winchester served in a variety of posts in the not for profit and government sectors. “I am very pleased to welcome Bruce to the CNGVA,” said Doug Stout, Chair of the CNGVA Board of Directors. “Bruce’s extensive government and public policy experience will be invaluable as we work to expand the use of natural gas in Canada as a clean, affordable, and safe transportation fuel.”
With two decades of experience at the highest levels of government including public-policy, advocacy, and communications, Bruce has extensive experience working with stakeholders and industry associations to identify emerging economic opportunities and challenges.
He has an undergraduate degree in political science and history from the University of Toronto, and a master’s degree in political science and history from the University of Windsor.
The CNGVA advocates for greater use of natural gas as a primary transportation fuel for the benefit of Canada’s economy and environment. The CNGVA leads the natural gas vehicle industry’s participation in the Go With Natural Gas initiative focused on encouraging greater use of factory-built natural gas fleet vehicles as well as working with a broad range of stakeholders to identify and address barriers to the use of natural gas in the marine sector.
Diego Goldin, NGV Global Executive Director, extended congratulations also: “On behalf of NGV Global I want to warmly welcome you to CNGVA, and by extension to NGV Global as well. We wish you great success. CNGVA, one of our valued Affiliated NGV Associations has always been deeply involved in the activities of NGV Global, and we look forward to the continuance of this relationship.”