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November 18, 2021
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New Rebates for Eligible EV Chargers

British Columbians wanting to charge their electric vehicles (EVs) at their condo or at work can access further funding for EV Chargers.

New Rebates for Eligible EV Chargers

Originally posted on the Government of British Columbia Website.

The province has announced new rebates to help fund the purchase and installation of electric vehicle [EV] chargers in homes and workplaces.

The Go Electric EV Charger Rebate program provides a rebate up to 50 per cent of costs to a maximum of $2,000 per eligible EV charger in condominiums, apartments and workplaces, according to the provincial government.

Single-family homes, including duplexes and townhouses, can also apply for a rebate of up to 50 per cent of purchase and installation costs to a maximum of $350 through the EV Charger Rebate program.

"With the highest uptake rates of EV adoption in North America, we want to make sure that more people supporting our transition to a low-carbon economy have easy access to charging infrastructure," said Bruce Ralston, the minister of energy, mines and low carbon innovation, in a statement.

There are more than 60,000 light duty electric vehicles currently on the road in B.C., the province says.

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