Installing a Level 2 EV charger in your Edmonton home or business? Get a rebate of 50% of the cost to a maximum of $600 for existing residential, $300 for new residential—check out the qualifying products list for residential installations—and $2,000 for existing commercial.

Read the terms and conditions in the ECEB Participation Guide and apply within 60 days of purchase. If the contractor will be applying on your behalf, be sure to complete the consent form.

Reducing Financial Barriers to Electric Vehicle (EV) Ownership

The Edmonton Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate Program is one of several environmental rebate programs aimed to position the City of Edmonton’s strategic plan as a sustainable city. Edmonton residents and commercial property owners have two rebate categories to select from to help offset up to 50% of EV installations costs.

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Category 1: Residential-Grade EV Charging Stations

Existing Homes

The City of Edmonton will subsidize $600.00 or 50% (whichever is lower) of the total installation cost for a Level 2 EV charging station (before tax). The rebate is limited to one per household and pre-approval is strongly recommended.

New Homes

The City of Edmonton will subsidize $300.00 or 50% (whichever is lower) of the total installation cost for a Level 2 EV charging station (before tax). The rebate applications are capped at fiver per applying company per calendar year and must be pre-approved. For homeowners, the rebate is limited to one per household.

Eligibility

Check if you qualify for the Edmonton Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate Program for both existing and new homes by checking the following requirements:

  • New EV charging station
  • Purchased (not leased) after June 3, 2020
  • Level 2 (208/240 V) station
  • Materials are approved and certified in Canada
  • Must be a mounted of fixed model
  • Must be installed by a licensed Master Electrician upon obtaining the electrical permit
  • Owner must be a City of Edmonton Resident

Category 2: Commercial-Grade EV Charging Stations (MURB or Workplace Charging)

The City of Edmonton will subsidize $2,000.00 or 50% (whichever is lower) of the total installation cost for a Level 2 EV charging station (before tax). The rebate applications are capped at fiver per applying company per calendar year. Pre-approval is strongly recommended.

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EV charger install by Virtuoso Energy in Edmonton

Eligibility

Check if you qualify for the Edmonton Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate Program for commercial installations by checking the following requirements:

  • New EV charging station
  • Purchased (not leased) after June 3, 2020
  • Level 2 (208/240 V) station
  • Must include a label stating “EV Charging Only” at the charging location
  • Materials are approved and certified in Canada
  • Must be a mounted of fixed model
  • Must be installed by a licensed Master Electrician upon obtaining the electrical permit
  • Owner must be a City of Edmonton business

Taking Action

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Lawrence Romanosky from Porsche Centre Calgary conducting a video interview with Kai Fahrion (Director of Operations at Virtuoso Energy) on the new Porsche Taycan

As a Tesla certified installer, Porsche proud partner, and a ChargePoint approved carrier, we are confident that our affordable EV charging, and LED solutions will help you take control of your energy, so that you can spend time and money on the things that matter most. Talk to us today, and we will help you take your ideas into reality.

To get an EV quote from Virtuoso Energy, click here.

(Link: https://www.virtuosoenergy.com/solutions/ev-charging-stations/)

To supplement your EV energy with solar energy, click here.

(Link: https://www.virtuosoenergy.com/solar-incentives/)

For more information about Virtuoso Energy, click here.

(Link: https://www.virtuosoenergy.com/)

For more information on the City of Edmonton environmental rebate programs, click here.

(Link: https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/documents/PDF/ECEBParticipationGuide.pdf)

Reference:

City of Edmonton, 2020. Edmonton’S Electric Vehicle Charger And E-Bike Rebate Program. [ebook] Edmonton, pp.1-2. Available at: <https://www.edmonton.ca/city_government/documents/PDF/ECEBParticipationGuide.pdf> [Accessed 27 June 2020].

 

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