EV Incentives

B.C.’s EV charger rebate program

EV charger rebate offers

Rebates are available to support individuals, organizations, buildings, and companies.

  • Single-family homes: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment, to a maximum of $700 per approved charging station.
  • Condo and apartment rebates depend on when the building was constructed with respect to municipal bylaws requiring EV-ready parking stalls. Pre-approval is required.
  • Constructed prior to municipal bylaws: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 (208-volt or 240-volt) charging stations or energized outlets to a maximum of $14,000 (no more than $2,000 per station). Dual-port stations count as two.
  • Constructed after municipal bylaws: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 (208-volt or 240-volt) charging stations to a maximum of $5,000 (no more than $350 per station). Dual-port stations count as two.
  • Workplaces: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment, to a maximum of $14,000 (no more than $2,000 per station). Pre-approval is required.

Eligible condos, apartments and workplace organizations can have separate applications for different sites, up to a maximum of four.

SCRAP-IT

Trade in your old gas car for an electric car and receive up to $6,000 to buy a brand new electric car and up to $3,000 too buy a used electric car. For more information, visit SCRAP-IT.

Specialty Use Electric Vehicle Program

The Province of British Columbia offers between $20,000-$50,000 for specialty use electric vehicles such as heavy duty trucks and buses. For more information, visit Speciality Use Electric Vehicle Program.

Home Charging Incentive

Single-family homes: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment, to a maximum of $700 per approved charging station.

Multi-Residential Building Charging Incentive

 Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 (208-volt or 240-volt) charging stations or energized outlets to a maximum of $14,000 (no more than $2,000 per station). Dual-port stations count as two.

Employee Workplace Charging Incentive

Workplaces: Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment, to a maximum of $14,000 (no more than $2,000 per station). Pre-approval is required.

Fleet Champions Program

Fleet managers are eligible to receive EV suitability assessments on less than 10 vehicles. For more information, visit Fleet Champions Program.

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