Go Electric Charging Infrastructure Program

British Columbia has one of the largest public charging networks in Canada.

Homes and Workplaces

The Province, in partnership with BC Hydro and FortisBC, is providing rebates for the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargers to get homes and workplaces across BC ready for EVs.  It's all part of the Province's CleanBC plan to make clean transportation more affordable and accessible for British Columbians.

Need to install a charging station at home?

Get a rebate of 50% off up to $350 to install a Level 2 charging station in a single-family home.

Live in a strata, apartment, or want to charge at work?

Condominiums, apartments and workplaces can access rebates of 50% off, up to $2,000, as well as five hours of free support services from an EV Charging Station Advisor.

The program currently offers advisor and consultation services, via the Fraser Basin Council’s Plug-In BC, for the installation of electric vehicle charging in multi-unit residential buildings and workplaces.  Information on the advisor and consultation services available is located at https://pluginbc.ca/incentives/charging-solutions-incentives/.  The provincial “EV Advisor” can provide services to help find charging solutions for a site, including onsite presentations and education and general site consultations; these consultations are primarily an introductory overview and are not a substitute for an electrician.

For details and to apply, visit: Go Electric BC