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The city of Nicolet offers financial assistance of $250 for the purchase of a level 2 residential charging station.
The city of Dorval offers a 50% rebate (up to $500) for the purchase and installation of level 2 charging stations at single-family home.
Hydro-Sherbrooke offers a rebate of up to $300 toward the station’s purchase cost as well as installation by a master electrician.
Residents of Quebec could benefit from $600 in lump sum financial assistance for the purchase and installation of a 240-volt home charging station.
The Québec government provides a rebate of 50% off, up to $5,000 per charger for Level 2 charging stations in multi-unit residential buildings.
NB Power offers up to $750 (50% of the cost) for a new level 2 EV charger installation.
The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (MENR) offers an 80% subsidy to private sector companies in Quebec to deploy public fast chargers for EVs, with up to $225,000 per charging station.
CleanBC's Public Charger Program offers communities rebates up to $130,000 for the installation of DC fast chargers. Funding is also available for Level 2 stations.
CleanBC offers rebates up to 50% (up to $5000) per eligible EV charger, as well as up to five hours of support services from an EV charging advisor.
BC Hydro and Fortis BC offer a rebate of up to 50% (up to $350) to install a Level 2 (240 volt) charging station in your single-family home, duplex, or townhouse with private garage or dedicated parking area.
Geared towards supporting the establishment of a coast-to-coast network of level 2 and DC fast chargers for electric vehicles, the program will fund fifty percent (50%) of total project costs up to a maximum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) per project.