Get up to $5 million in funding from NRCan to install EV chargers in your public parking lot.
We'll handle your funding application, give you a choice of charging stations, and provide a turnkey installation. Sign up by August 9, 2019.
Through the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP), the Government of Canada is investing in public electric vehicle infrastructure and on-street EV charging. The initiative is run by Natural Resources Canada, and covers up to 50% of the cost to purchase and install Level 2 or Level 3 charging stations.
Who is eligible?
Public Places: Parking areas intended for public use. Can be privately or publicly owned/operated. Examples include: service stations; restaurants; arenas; libraries; medical offices; park and ride; etc.
On-street: Targeting governments + their partners for on-street and curbside charging. ‘
ZEVIP will only fund deployments of 20+ EV chargers at one location or spread across multiple locations. You must apply and be approved for funding before starting your deployment. All eligible projects must be completed between January 2020 and August 2021. Workplace, fleet, and multi-residential projects are not eligible for this round of ZEVIP funding.
What is covered?
NRCan will contribute 50% of Total Project Costs up to $5 million per project or the maximum per-charger amounts listed in the table below. Eligible costs include site design, project management, EV chargers, installation costs, licenses/permits, and other direct deployment costs.
How to get started
Applications for ZEVIP close in September 2019. To find out if your are eligible, get in touch with ChargeLab today.
We support organizations who want to install EV chargers under ZEVIP, and help you maximize this funding opportunity. ChargeLab is Canada’s leading hardware-agnostic supplier of turnkey EV charging solutions. Connect with us today to see if this program is right for you.
The case for EV charging.
EV chargers are proven to increase property value, attract customers to retail locations, and improve goodwill between any building and its tenants/visitors.
64% of Canadians say they are considering an electric vehicle for their next car purchase.
This is a significant opportunity for businesses, property managers or any location looking to attract customers from this rapidly growing demographic.