Charging Infrastructure Incentives
Participating fleets are eligible to apply and receive a reimbursement for the design, purchase and installation of charging stations.
Participants are able to choose their own contractor to perform the purchase and installation of charging stations. See a list of eligible charging stations here.
To be considered eligible under this Program, an organization must:
- Be located in B.C;
- Have fleet vehicles registered to your organization (comprised of either light-duty or mix of light, medium or heavy-duty vehicles) registered in B.C.;
- Sign-on the West Coast Electric Fleets Pledge at the Express Lane level or higher
Incentive Amount and Eligible Cost:
Level 2 Charging Stations
This Program component will reimburse purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment at the rate of 50% of total costs, up to a maximum of $2,000 per station. Rebates will be capped at $25,000 per applicant.
Indigenous communities and businesses will be reimbursed the purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment at the rate of 75% of total costs, up to a maximum of $4,000 per station.
Direct Current Fast Charger (DCFC) stations
Applicants are offered two tiers of rebates for DCFC stations, installed for use by fleet vehicles, as detailed in the table below.
|Charger Output||Maximum Rebate Amount||Maximum Rebate Amount for Indigenous Communities and Businesses|
|DCFC: 20kW to 49kW||50% of project costs up to $20,000||75% of costs up to a maximum of $35,000|
|DCFC: 50kW or higher||50% of project costs up to $50,000||75% of costs up to a maximum of $75,000|
All installations must be done through a licensed technician.
For additional information on EV charging equipment requirements and the application process, see the Go Electric Fleets Program Guide.
CleanBC Go Electric Fleets one of a suite of programs offered under the Province of BC’s CleanBC Go Electric Program. The program is funded through the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation and is administered by the Fraser Basin Council Society.
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