Go Electric Home and Workplace Charger Rebates

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

The Province, in partnership with BC Hydro and FortisBC, is providing rebates for the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargers for homes and workplaces across B.C. 

Rebates of up to 50% (up to $350) are available to install a Level 2 (240 volt) charging station in a single-family home.

Condominiums, apartments and workplaces can apply for rebates of up to 50% (up to $2,000) per station, as well as five hours of free support services from an EV Charging Advisor.

Indigenous communities and businesses are eligible for increased rebates for some of the program offers. Please visit the CleanBC Go Electric offerings for Indigenous communities and businesses page for more information.

The CleanBC Go Electric EV Charger Rebate program currently offers advisor and consultation services via Plug-In BC for the installation of EV charging stations in MURBs and workplaces. The provincial “EV Charging 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.

Rebates for condominiums and apartments to be EV Ready are now being offered.

Rebates of 75% (up to $3,000) are available to complete an EV Ready Plan that provides a strategy to provide a parking stall that is capable of Level 2 EV charging for each unit that has a parking stall.

If the EV Ready Plan determines electrical modifications or service upgrades are necessary to make an apartment or condominium EV Ready, then eligible buildings can receive rebates of up to 50% off the electrical work needed to make a parking stall EV Ready (up to $600 per parking stall). The maximum rebate available per building is $80,000.

For details and to apply, visit the BC Hydro and FortisBC websites.