The Community Charging Infrastructure (CCI) Fund is here to support the purchase and installation of up to 570 electric vehicle charging stations across BC that will be accessible by members of the public or by fleets.
Plug in BC: Charging Stations Incentive
The Charging Stations Incentive is available to help fund a network of up to 570 level 2 electric vehicle charging stations across BC that are strategically located and accessible for public or fleet use.
Funding is available for regional districts, municipalities, First Nations, businesses, public institutions and other organizations to purchase and install one or more eligible level 2 electric vehicle charging stations in BC that are accessible by members of the public or fleets. A successful applicant can obtain funding for 75% of eligible costs of a station, to a maximum of $4,000 per station.
Application Deadline The Fund has received a large number of early bird applications for charging stations, as well as applications for a related planning incentive. Thanks to all applicants.
The final deadline for the charging stations incentive is September 28, 2012, and is subject to available funding. All installations must be completed by March 31, 2013. See how to apply: http://www.e3fleet.com/pluginbc_apply.html
Questions about the Charging Stations Incentive?
Call: Charlotte Argue, Transportation Analyst, Fraser Basin Council
T: 604 488-5369 | Outside the Lower Mainland: 1-888-703-5338
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