Your guide to a successful installation
So you’ve learned about the different charger levels and features – what’s next? Perhaps you’d like the comfort and convenience of charging at home or at your workplace? Charger installation can be fairly straightforward with a little planning and some key tips. Follow the steps outlined in the guides below to ensure that your installation is a smooth process, and your selected charger is rebate eligible.
When you’re ready to proceed with installing a charger, follow our installation guide for direction along the way.
- To keep you and your family safe, we recommend hiring a professional electrician to do any necessary work to install a permanent charging station.
- If you’re not sure what questions to ask your EV electrician we can help.
- Or if you’re looking for an electrician we can connect you with qualified electricians in your area through our Alliance of Energy Professionals.
Apartment and condo buildings
The process for installing an EV charger in an apartment or condo building is a little more involved. Residents and owners are able to start the process of installing chargers and the first step is getting permission from the building owner or strata council.
Learn more about installation steps required if you live in an apartment or condo building.
As you begin the process, learn about the different options to track and bill for the electricity used for EV charging at your building.