EV charging rebates and incentives

Doing the right thing has never been so affordable. Check out all the government EV charger rebates, grants and tax credits available in your area.

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Eco Shift in Nova Scotia

EVSE Rebate

Launching in December 2023, pilot through December 2024, CAN$50 for enrolling in the program and $50 per year for participation in demand response events.

myEnergyRewards

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Hydro One invites our residential customers to participate in a bright, new way to use smart devices.

CleanBC Go Electric Fleets Program

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The CleanBC Go Electric Fleets Program is intended to support public and private fleets transition to EVs with rebates of up to $5,000 per Level 2 charging stations and up to $75,000 for DC fast chargers.

CleanBC Go Electric Program – Multi-Unit Residential Building

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The CleanBC Go Electric Program offers stratas, building owners, or individual residents a rebate up to $5,000 per charger to purchase and install eligible Level 2 chargers in condo and apartment buildings.

Nicolet EV charger rebate

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The city of Nicolet offers financial assistance of $250 for the purchase of a level 2 residential charging station.

Dorval EV charger rebate

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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.

Sherbrooke EV charger rebate

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Hydro-Sherbrooke offers a rebate of up to $300 toward the station’s purchase cost as well as installation by a master electrician.

QC Home charging station rebate

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Residents of Quebec could benefit from $600 in lump sum financial assistance for the purchase and installation of a 240-volt home charging station.

Multi-unit residential building EV charger rebate

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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.

PlugIn NB rebates

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NB Power offers up to $750 (50% of the cost) for a new level 2 EV charger installation.

MENR fast charger rebate

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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 Go Electric Public Charger Program

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The CleanBC Go Electric Public Charger Program offers B.C. businesses, local governments, and indigenous communities funding to install public charging stations in their communities with rebates for public DC fast chargers (DCFCs) of up to $80,000 per DCFC and $5,000 per Level 2 charging station.

CleanBC Go Electric Program – Workplace EV Charging

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The CleanBC Go Electric Workplace EV Charging Program offers businesses a rebate of up to $5,000 per Level 2 charger for purchase and installation costs, to a maximum of $25,000 per application.

CleanBC – GoElectric rebates

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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.

Get a 50-75% subsidy with ZEVIP

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Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) offers 50-75% subsidies to Canadian private and public sector companies for the deployment of EV charging stations. With a focus on public places, street parking, multi-residential buildings, workplaces and for fleet vehicles, the subsidy will cover up to 50-75% of the total project costs. Projects are selected through a competitive process.