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1. Alberta:

Home EV charging station rebates in Alberta

Currently, there are no grants available for the purchase and installation of a home charging station in Alberta. However, the Government of Canada is providing a discount to consumers who buy or lease eligible zero-emission vehicles (ZEV).

2. British Colombia:

MOTEN EVFC is already qualified to receive rebate in the province of British Columbia

 

The province of British Columbia (B.C.) has made a provincial rebate available to help with the up-front cost of an electric vehicle, which can be combined with other federal rebates for a total of more than $9 000 in savings  with the purchase of an electric vehicle. If you are retiring an older gas vehicle, through BC SCRAP-IT, you may also be eligible for an additional rebate on a new or used vehicle.

Learn more about British Columbia’s rebates, which you can receive upon purchasing an EV here.

Find more information about the Government of Canada’s zero-emission vehicle rebates here.

Moreover, as one of Canada’s most prominent provinces in electrifying transportation, the Government of B.C. has maintained the rebate you can get for EV chargers in 2024. 

1) BC Hydro:

Go Electric rebates for home & workplace EV charging

The Government of B.C. has developed a provincial strategy known as the CleanBC plan, and is working with BC Hydro and FortisBC to offer provincial rebates for the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
BC Hydro

The rebates offered by the BC Hydro | Go Electric program vary depending on the type of property:

  1. Single family homes, including duplexes and townhouses with private garages or dedicated parking
     
    • A rebate of up to 50% of the purchase and installation costs of an eligible Level 2 EV charger, to a maximum of $350BC Hydro is offering an additional discount of $250 to customers with single-family homes who install an eligible smart EV charger such as the   MOTEN EVFC
  2. Apartment and condo buildings

    • EV Ready rebates: You can apply for these rebates together to streamline the EV-related upgrades to your building, or you could apply for them one at a time as your project progresses.
      • A rebate of up to $3 000 for the creation of an EV Ready plan – a professional strategy for your building to make at least one parking space per residential unit EV Ready.

      • A rebate of up to $600 per parking stall, to a maximum of $120,000 to install the electrical infrastructure in order to implement your EV Ready plan.

      • A rebate of up to $1,400  per charger, to a maximum of $14,000, is available to purchase and install Level 2 networked EV chargers at your building, in order to implement your EV Ready plan.


    • Standalone EV charger rebate


  1. Workplaces: Organizations and businesses can submit separate applications for different locations, up to a maximum of four.
    • A rebate of up to $2 000 per charger is available, to a maximum of $14 000, to purchase and install eligible Level 2 networked EV chargers for employee use.

      For this rebate, organizations will need to receive a pre-approval from BC Hydro. To learn more about this EV charging rebate, visit : BC Hydro – EV charger rebates.

  1. Indigenous community offers: Indigenous communities in B.C. are eligible for a rebate of up to 75% of an eligible level 2 EV charger purchase and installation costs, up to these maximum amounts:
  •  
    • Single-family homes: A rebate of up to $750
    • Apartment and condo buildings: A rebate of up to $4 500 per EV charger
    • Workplaces: A rebate of up to $4 000 per EV charger

To be eligible for the program, home EV charging stations (level 2) must be:

  • Ordered, purchased and installed  and have been subject to a request within 90 days of charger installation.
  • Purchased (not rented)
  • Approved for sale and use in Canada and certified cUL, ULC, cETL,CSA or cQPS (such as Bosch’s home charging stations like the EVDuty, the FLO or Sun Country Highway.
  • Equipped with a standard SAE J1772 connector (the only exception to the requirement is the Tesla wall connector)
  • New, unused or refurbished
  • Wall-mounted or pole installation at the electrical service address provided in the grant application


See the full list of eligible home charging stations

For more information about the CleanBC – Go Electric Strategy, visit the Government of British Columbia’s website.

2) FortisBC :

Go Electric rebates for home & workplace EV charging

To help you get ready for lower carbon transportation options such as electric vehicles (EVs), FortisBC is offering rebates to BC residents for purchasing and installing an EV charging station at home, at multi-unit residential buildings and workplaces. You must be a residential FortisBC electricity or municipal electricity customer of Grand Forks, Penticton, Summerland or Nelson Hydro.

The program offers EV rebates for the following properties:

  1. Single-family detached homes; mobile homes on a permanent foundation; or side-by-side duplexes, row homes or townhouses with individual electricity meters and garages or dedicated parking for the residents of each unit
    • A rebate of up to 50% of the purchase and installation costs of an eligible Level 2 EV charger, to a maximum of $350.


  2. Multi-unit residential buildings and workplaces constructed before August 31, 2021 (i.e. new construction buildings are not eligible)


    • A rebate of up to 75% of eligible purchase and installation costs,* up to $5 000 per station, to a maximum of $25 000 per application.
    • For a limited time, the City of Kelowna is offering an additional supplement of $2 000 for eligible electric vehicle charging station installations in multi-unit residential buildings, up to a maximum of $6 000 per application. The Kelowna EV charging rebates are administered by FortisBC.

To be eligible for the program, home EV charging stations (level 2) must be:

  • purchased, not leased
  • approved for sale and use in Canada and certified cUL, ULC, cETL,CSA or CQPs (such as Bosch’s home charging stations like   MOTEN EVFC
  • equipped with a standard SAE J1772 connector (the only exception to the requirement is the Tesla wall connector)
  • can be hardwired or wall mounted with a 240V outlet
  • must be networked and connected via standard internet protocol to a central system using either open communication protocols (such as OCPP, OpenADR, or other) or a proprietary system
  • installed by a licensed electrical contractor
  • must have an oversized conduit installed to allow for future growth (i.e. to be capable of supplying service to at least six Level 2 charging stations at 40A each, or the total number of parking stalls, whichever comes first)

See the full list of eligible home charging stations

Within 90 days of your equipment installation, apply online on the FortisBC portal for your rebate



3) The CleanBC

Go Electric Rebates – Plug In BC

The CleanBC Go Electric Specialty Use Vehicle Incentive Program is one of a suite of programs offered under the Province of BC’s CleanBC Go Electric Program. Funded through the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation and administered by the Fraser Basin Council Society, the CleanBC Go Electric Speciality Use Vehicle  Program is for specialty-use vehicles such as cargo e-bikes, zero-emission motorcycles, utility vehicles, low speed vehicles, on-road medium and heavy-duty vehicles, airport and speciality port  vehicles.

To qualify for the CleanBC Go Electric Program, you must have a valid B.C. business licence, a non-profit organization or a public entity.

The program offers rebates for the following vehicle categories:

  • Zero-emission motorcycles
  • Low-speed vehicles
  • Cargo e-bikes
  • On-road medium and heavy duty vehicles
  • Airport and speciality port vehicles
  • Utility vehicles

To view eligible vehicles and available rebates, visit this link: eligible vehicles
Visit Plug in BC’s website.




Home EV charging station rebates in the Regional District of Nanaimo, British Columbia

Available amount: up to $150 

The Regional District of Nanaimo has teamed up with the Province of British Columbia and BC Hydro to provide residents a greater incentive. Eligible residents who purchase and install an approved residential Level 2 EV home charging station could receive a rebate up to $150. This top-up requires a separate application and the payment is delivered separately.

All submissions will be processed through BC Hydro. To learn more visit: B.C.’s EV charger rebate program. 

Visit the Regional of Nanaimo’s website.




Home EV charging station rebates in Saanich, British Columbia

Rebates available for single family homes: up to $350 

Rebates available for apartments/condos: up to $1 400 per charger  

Rebates available for workplaces: up to $2 000 

 

The district of Saanich teamed up with the province of British Columbia and BC Hydro to offer its residents a better offer. Residents who buy and install an approved level 2  home charging station could receive a rebate of up to $350. Residents who live in apartments or condos can receive a rebate of up to $1 400 per charger. Furthermore, for workplaces the district offers up to $2 000 per charger.

Visit the City of Saanich Website here






Home EV charging station rebates in the District of Squamish, British Columbia

Rebates available for single family homes: up to $350 

Rebates available for apartments/condos: up to $1 000 per charger  

 

If you reside in the District of Squamish, British Columbia, you can combine the provincial rebate for the purchase of a single-family home charging station with an additional rebate of $150 for residential charging stations for single-family homes offered by the District of Squamish.

The same principle applies for apartments and condos. It is possible to combine the provincial rebate for multi-unit residential buildings with an additional rebate of up to $1 000 offered by the District of Squamish.




Home EV charging station rebates in the Kamloops, British Columbia

Rebates available for single family homes: up to $350 

Rebates available for apartments/condos: up to $1 000 per charger  

 

If you reside in the city of Kamloops, British Columbia, you can combine the provincial rebate for the purchase of a single-family home charging station with an additional rebate of $150 for residential charging stations for single-family homes offered by the City of Kamloops.

The same principle applies for apartments and condos. It is possible to combine the provincial rebate for multi-unit residential buildings with an additional rebate of up to $1 000 offered by the City of Kamloops.

Note that there is no separate application process to receive the additional rebates. Simply submit your application to the British Columbia rebate program. If your application is approved and the address of the house/apartment/condo where the charging station will be installed is located in the city of Kamloops, the value of the discount will be automatically added to the amount of the provincial rebate.





Home EV charging station rebates in Vancouver North, British Columbia

Available amount for apartments/condos: up to $1 000

If you reside in the city of Vancouver North, British Columbia, you can combine the provincial rebate for multi-unit residential buildings with an additional rebate of up to $1 000 offered by the city.

Note that there is no separate application process to receive the additional discounts. Simply submit your application to the British Columbia rebate program. If your application is approved and the address of the house/apartment/condo where the charging station will be installed is located in the city of Vancouver North, the value of the discount will be automatically added to the amount of the provincial rebate.





Home EV charging station rebates in Whistler, British Columbia

Available amount for single family homes: up to $350 

Available amount for apartments/condos: up to $1 000 per charger

Available amount for apartments/condos: up to $1 000 per charger  

 

If you live in the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), British Columbia, you can combine the provincial home EV charger rebate program for single-family homes with a top-up of up to $150.

You can also receive a top-up with the provincial EV charger rebate program for multi-unit residential buildings including apartments and condos, with a top-up of up to $1 000.

Finally, RMOW also offers EV charger rebate top-ups of up to $1 000 for workplaces.

There is no separate application to receive the EV charger rebate top-ups. Simply submit your application for B.C.’s EV charger rebate program. If approved, and if the home or workplace you’re installing the charger at is located in the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), the eligible value will be automatically added to your base rebate amount.

Visit the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW)’s website

3. Manitoba

Home EV charging station rebates in Manitoba

Although there are currently no provincial home EV charging stations rebates in Manitoba, Level 2 chargers are eligible for financing under the Home Energy Efficiency Loan.

1) Home Energy Efficiency Loan – Manitoba Hydro

The Energy Efficient Home Loan offers a convenient and affordable financing option if you want to make energy-efficient improvements to your home. The amount of your monthly payment will be added to your energy bill. No down payment is required.

The maximum amount eligible for financing is $ 3,000 per EV charger.

To be eligible for this loan, you must:

  • Manitoba Hydro must approve your application before any work is started or any materials are purchased.
  • You must be the owner of the home in which energy improvements are made.
  • You must have an active Manitoba Hydro account and be approved for credit from Manitoba Hydro.
  • The building must be your primary residence or the primary residence of your tenant.
  • Mobile homes on permanent foundations with a permanent water supply are eligible. For geothermal and solar photovoltaic systems, you must own the land where the mobile home is located.
  • Indigenous customers living in Band-owned homes are eligible for financing with a Band Council Resolution.
  • The home must be detached or semi-detached.
  • Upgrades must be made to the recommended levels.

How to apply

An authorized Program supplier (contractor or retailer) will work with you to determine if your project is eligible for funding and help you complete the loan application.

For more information, please visit the Manitoba Hydro website.

4. New Brunswick


Home EV charging station rebates in New Brunswick

1) Plug-in-NB

Rebate programs for charging stations for businesses in New Brunswick

The funding for the program is provided by Natural Resources Canada’s Zero Emission Vehicle  Program (ZEV). The objective of the program is to increase the availability of charging stations where Canadians live.

Please note that funding is fully allocated at this time.  If you would like more information or you are interested in participating if additional funding is available, you can contact [email protected]

There are several eligibility criteria and requirements to participate in the program.

For more information, visit the Énergie NB Power website.

5. Newfoundland & Labrador

Home EV charging station rebates in Newfoundland & Labrador

Although there are no provincial rebates for the purchase and installation of an EV home charging station in Newfoundland and Labrador, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador now has an EV Rebate Program. You can save $ 2,500 on the purchase or lease of a 100% all-electric vehicle and $ 1,500 for a plug-in hybrid. That means you can save up to $ 7,500 when you combine the provincial rebate with current federal incentives for the purchase of a new EV.

Visit the Newfoundland and Labrador’s EV rebates program to learn more.

6. North West Territories

Home EV charging station rebates in the Northwest Territories:

The Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) provides rebates to reduce the cost of purchasing and using an electric vehicle (EV) and charging infrastructure in the Northwest Territories (NWT).

1) Electric vehicles & charging infrastructure rebates – Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA)

Switching to an electric vehicle can help residents of NWT reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions released to the atmosphere from gasoline-powered vehicles. AEA’s rebates are available to communities connected to NWT’s hydro-electric grid, such as Behchoko, Dettah, Enterprise, Fort Resolution, Fort Smith, Hay River, Kátł’odeeche, N’dilo, and Yellowknife.

The program has two types of rebates:

Two types of rebates are available for individuals, businesses, not-for-profit organizations, as well as Community and Indigenous governments:

  • Electric Vehicles
  •  
    • A rebate of up to $ 7,500 for a new battery electric vehicle (BEV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).
  • EV Charging Infrastructure
    • A rebate of up to $500 for a Level 2 charging station for home use (220 or 240 volts).
How does it work?
Who can apply for a rebate?
  • Individuals
  • Businesses
  • Not-for-profit organizations
  • Community and Indigenous governments
How to apply for AEA’s rebates?
  1. Purchase your vehicle, Level 2 charging station.
  2. Complete the application form below and submit it to the AEA within 3 months of purchasing your product or by March 10, 2024 (whichever is earlier), along with the following documents:
    • Your sales agreement, lease agreement, or receipt, with proof of payment or financing arrangements.
    • Proof of NWT registration and insurance, if applicable
    • A photo of the installed charging station.
What products are eligible?
  1. New battery electric passenger vehicles.
  2. New plug-in hybrid electric passenger vehicles.
  3. New Level 2 electric charging stations for home use.
Application:
  1. Complete and submit your form to the AEA before March 10, 2024, along with the following documents: 

More information on the EV rebates can be accessed on the website of Arctic Energy Alliance.

7. Nova Scotia

Home EV charging station rebates in Nova Scotia

The Government of Nova Scotia is increasingly raising residents’ awareness of the benefits of driving an electric vehicle and strongly encourages the adoption of electric transportation modes in its province.

1.       EV Assist – Electrify Nova Scotia Rebate Program

The province of Nova Scotia has made a provincial rebate available to help with the up-front cost of an electric vehicle, which can be combined with other federal rebates for a total of more than $ 8,000  in savings with the purchase of an electric vehicle.

2.       EV BOOST

EV Boost helps provide level 2 chargers to eligible organizations in the province. Thanks to funding provided by the  Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) of the natural resources of Canada (RNCan), Clean Foundation contributes to supporting the deployment and installation of a maximum of 250 EV chargers.

What locations are eligible for charging stations?

    • Workplaces
    • Multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs)
    • Public places
    • On-street
    • Light duty


For more details on this initiative, read the full press release here.

For general questions about the EV Boost program, please contact [email protected].


3.       Efficiency Nova Scotia’s electric vehicle charging station rebates

Thanks to the Province of Nova Scotia, Efficiency NS provides rebates for electric vehicle (EV) chargers to owners of multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs).

There are two EV programs to explore:

The EV-Ready Approach

This program helps building owners plan and implement a strategy that prepares their buildings for EV charging now and in the future, where most of their building residents will require EV charging. It has two rebate components:

    • The first is the EV Ready Plan rebate that helps participants develop a long–term EV charging strategy.
    • The second is the EV Ready Charger rebate that supports the installation of eligible charging stations according to an EV Ready Plan.

A building that is ‘EV Ready’ has an electrical outlet installed in each resident’s parking space that provides an electrical connection point for installing a level 2 charging station in the future.

For a building to ensure it gets EV Ready in the best way possible, participants will be required to hire an approved consultant to prepare an EV Ready Plan.

The EV Ready Plan is a guide for the EV charging infrastructure. It helps ensure the charging infrastructure can adapt to meet the long-term charging needs and guides the building to achieve EV Ready over time.

Download the EV Ready Approach Program Guide

The Standalone EV Charger
  • This program assists with the building’s initial stations to support early adopters or if the building has smaller, straightforward charging requirements.
  • It doesn’t provide the same rebates that the EV Ready Charger does.

Rebates

EXISTING BUILDING

50% of eligible costs. Max $ 2,500 per charger/station (max $10,000 per building).

Download the Standalone EV Charger Guide

Visit the Efficiency Nova Scotia’s electric vehicle charging station rebates to learn more.

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