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For EV charging infrastructure projects, your proposal must include:

  • A minimum of one (1) charger of 200 kW and above; or
  • A minimum of two (2) fast chargers of 50 kW and above; or
  • A minimum of twenty (20) Level 2 chargers.

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If you’re thinking of installing charging stations, now is your chance. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) offers 50-75% subsidy to Canadian private and public sector companies for the deployment of public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.


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Brief program description
  • Currently open for Indigenous organizations and communities.
  • Reopening in 2024 for all other qualifying organizations.
  • Program dedicated to projects focusing on EV charger deployment in public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces, and for vehicle fleets.
  • NRCan’s contribution will be limited to 50% of total project costs*, with the exception of Indigenous organizations and communities who can get up to 75 % of total project costs.
  • Each project has maximum limit of $10 million in subsidy.
  • Presented in the form of calls for projects, applications are selected through a competitive process
  • Funding is based on infrastructure type

Complete program description on NRCan website.

*Subject to change, and the ZEVIP Applicant’s Guide takes precedence over the information on this web page.

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Learn everything you need to know about ZEVIP by viewing our webinar on-demand, accessible all of the time.

In addition to the program details, here’s what you can learn: 

  • The submission process and key milestones 
  • Key considerations when deploying EV charging stations 
  • Tips for submitting your proposal to NRCan 

It’s taking the first step in preparing your proposal.  

Case study

Five years ago, Cascades announced a pilot project to encourage employees to switch to electric transportation. In addition to having access to charging stations at work, the 1,400 employees based in Kingsey Falls now had the possibility of receiving $2,000 in financial assistance for the purchase of an EV.

Today, the company makes a positive assessment with the program still in effect. More than 350 employees have switched as Cascades continues deployment across close to 75 locations across North America with approximately 10,000 employees.*

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Why choose FLO?

Subsidy programs such as this one are the perfect opportunity for Canadian businesses to step into the world of EV charging. But we know as well as you do that the process can be complicated… and energy-consuming!

Working with our team means you can count on the expertise of a Canadian company operating one of the largest EV charging networks in North America. We’ve completed hundreds of projects just like this one, and we’re committed to simplifying your journey.

Legendary strength, reliability & durability
Our network boost a 98%+ uptime. Our charging stations are designed to withstand the most rigorous conditions and intensive use, making them ideal for busy parking lots or locations close to major roads.
Made in Canada, for Canadian weather
Every month, we enable more than 1.5 million charging events thanks to over 100 000 fast and Level 2 EV charging stations at public, private and residential locations. FLO operates across North America, and our products are assembled with care in Canada.
An unrivalled experience across the board
Our work doesn’t end once your chargers are up and running. We offer EV drivers 24/7 support from our bilingual call centre here in Canada.
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Benefit from NRCan’s electric vehicle charger grants (ZEVIP).

FLO can help you find the best solution for your organization.