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Charger rebates & incentives.

Cut the cost of setting up EV charging by taking advantage of government incentives created to assist you in moving toward a more sustainable future.

With grants, rebates, tax credits, and more incentives available, starting your charging project has never been quicker or more affordable.

Rebates & incentives for Canada.

Natural Resources Canada: Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure program

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

Rebates & incentives for BC.

CleanBC rebates for BC Hydro & FortisBC customers

Apartments & Condo Buildings

A rebate of up to $5,000 per charger to purchase and install Level 2 networked EV chargers at your building’s residential parking spaces, to a maximum of $25,000 

Workplaces

Workplaces can get a rebate of up to $5,000 per charger to purchase and install eligible Level 2 networked EV chargers for employee use, to a maximum of $25,000.

Rebates & incentives for AB.

Alberta currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for SK.

Saskatchewan currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for MB.

Manitoba currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for ON.

Ontario currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for QC.

Government of Québec: Transition énérgetique Québec rebateslean

‍Charging station at multi-unit residential:

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

Rebates & incentives for NB.

NB Power Plug-In NB Rebate Program

New Brunswick residents or organizations who receive a vehicle rebate through the NB Power Plug-In NB Rebate Program are eligible for a rebate of 50% of the cost to purchase and install one new level 2 EV charger, up to a maximum of $750.

Charging station incentives are limited to the number of EV incentives received by a resident or organization in a 12-month period.

The EV VIN is required to claim the incentive. The name on the invoice must match the name on the EV registration(s) and must be from a Canadian supplier.

Rebates & incentives for NS.

Nova Scotia currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for PE.

Prince Edward Island currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for NL.

Newfoundland & Labrador currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for NU.

Nunavut currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for NT.

Northwest Territories currently has no province-wide incentives for EV charging.

Rebates & incentives for YK.

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.

Charging station incentives are limited to the number of EV incentives received by a resident or organization in a 12-month period.

The EV VIN is required to claim the incentive. The name on the invoice must match the name on the EV registration(s) and must be from a Canadian supplier.

We can help you save money.

Hypercharge can help you discover and apply for eligible rebates & incentives.