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May 20, 2022
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A Summary of EV Charger Rebates for Businesses & Homes in Canada

A comprehensive list of the current EV Charger rebates available across Canada for businesses, multi-family properties and single-family homes

A Summary of EV Charger Rebates for Businesses & Homes in Canada

Federal Rebates

1. Natural Resources Canada: Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure program

Recently re-launched! Applications are open until August 11th, 2022.

NRCan’s contribution through this Program will be limited to fifty percent (50%) of Total Project Costs up to a maximum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) per project and up to a maximum of two million dollars ($2,000,000) per project for Delivery Organizations.

Applications from Ultimate Recipient to Delivery Organizations will be limited to less than $100,000.

Available to: Multi-family, workplace, public sites, fleet, and municipalities

2. Natural Resources Canada: Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment Initiative (EVAFIDI)

Multi-year initiative to establish a network of DCFCs along national highways. 50% of total project costs up to $50,000 per DCFC. Maximum contribution of $5 million per project. NRCan contributions are repayable based on certain conditions.

Available to: public sites & municipalities

British Columbia

1. CleanBC rebates for BC Hydro customers

Apartments & Condo Buildings

EV Ready Rebates

  • EV Ready plan rebate: A rebate of up to $3,000 for the creation of an EV Ready plan
  • EV Ready infrastructure rebate: A rebate of up to $600 per parking space to install the electrical infrastructure required to implement your EV Ready plan, to a maximum of $80,000.
  • EV charger rebate: A rebate of up to *$4,400 per charger (limited-time increase, regularly $1,400) to purchase and install Level 2 networked EV chargers to implement your building’s EV Ready plan, to a maximum of *$25,000 (limited-time increase, regularly $14,000).

Standalone EV Charger Rebate

  • A rebate of up to *$5,000 per charger (limited-time increase, regularly $2,000) to purchase and install Level 2 networked EV chargers at your building’s residential parking spaces, to a maximum of *$25,000 (limited-time increase, regularly $14,000).
Workplaces

Workplaces can get a rebate of up to *$5,000 per charger (limited-time increase, regularly $2,000) to purchase and install eligible Level 2 networked EV chargers for employee use, to a maximum of *$25,000 (limited-time increase, regularly $14,000).

2. CleanBC rebates for FortisBC Customers

Equipment: Level 2 EV charging station in a multi-unit residential building.

  • 50% of eligible purchase and installation costs,* up to $2,000 per station, to a maximum of $14,000 per application

Equipment: Level 2 EV charging station in a multi-unit residential building that was constructed after implementation of municipal bylaws requiring EV-ready parking stalls 

  • 50% of eligible purchase and installation costs,* up to $350 per station, to a maximum of $5,000 per application

Equipment: Level 2 EV charging station available for employee use at a workplace 

  • 50% of eligible purchase and installation costs,* up to $2,000 per station, to a maximum of $14,000 per application

Available to: Multi-family and workplace

3. BC Hydro EV Charger Rebates for Single-Family Homes

Owners or residents of single-family homes that purchase and install an eligible Level 2 EV charger can receive a rebate of up to 50% of costs, to a maximum of $350, while funding lasts. This offer is also available to duplexes and townhouses with private garages or dedicated parking.

Available to: homeowners

4. Government of British Columbia: CleanBC Communities Fund

On January 17, 2022, the governments of Canada and British Columbia committed up to $134 million towards a third intake of the Green Infrastructure - CleanBC Communities Fund (CCF), which is part of the federal government’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP), to support cost-sharing of infrastructure projects in communities across the province. This intake supports projects starting in 2023 and completing by March 2027.

Available to: Public sites, fleet, municipalities (projects must include a local or indigenous government)

Alberta

1. Municipal Climate Change Action Centre: Electric Vehicles for Municipalities Program

For municipalities in Alberta. 50% of total pre-GST install costs up to $2,000 per Level 2 charger or DCFC. Maximum rebate of $40,000 per municipality. Also includes additional rebates for the purchase of light, medium, and heavy-duty EVs.

Available to: municipalities, municipal fleets

2. City of Edmonton: EV Charger and E-Bike (ECEB) Rebate Program

This program is now closed. No information is available as to whether it will re-open in the future.


50% of total install costs up to $2,000 per Level 2 charger. For businesses, workplaces, and large multi-family buildings (5 units or more). Maximum rebate of 5 chargers per organization per year. Pre-approval is recommended.

Available to: Multi-family, workplace, public sites

Yukon

Government of Yukon: Yukon Level 2 charger rebate

50% of total costs up to a maximum of $4,000 per installed charger for:

  • multi-unit residential buildings;
  • commercial buildings; or
  • institutional buildings.

This includes municipal and First Nations government-owned buildings.

Multiple rebates are available for other building types up to a maximum of 10 chargers per location.

Quebec

1. Government of Québec: Transition énérgetique Québec rebates

The financial assistance granted for the acquisition and installation of charging stations for multi-unit residential buildings will be the lesser of the following amounts:

  • 50% of eligible expenses, OR
  • $5,000 per wireless charging station, OR
  • $5,000 per connector for charging stations with one or more connectors that allow the equivalent number of electric vehicles to be recharged simultaneously

Charging station at work:

The financial assistance granted for the acquisition and installation of charging stations in the workplace is equal to  50% of eligible expenses up to a maximum of:

  • $5,000 per wireless charging station
  • $5,000 per connector (for a charging station equipped with one or more connectors)

Available to: Multi-family and workplaces

2. Home Charging Station Rebate

EV drivers in Quebec receive up to $600 toward the purchase and installation of a home charging station.

We will continue to update this page as more rebates become available.
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