Ways to monitor and pay for EV charging at your building
If you’re planning to install EV chargers at a multi-unit residential building (MURB) such as an apartment or condo property, one of the common challenges facing stratas or condo owners is figuring out how the electricity use for charging will be tracked and billed.
We’ve outlined the different metering and billing options below, as well as steps to get started.
Metering and billing options
Keep in mind that these options are mutually exclusive; combinations are not permitted.
For all of these options, customers are responsible for the rewiring (electrical alteration and permit costs) and BC Hydro connection charges, if applicable.
The BC Hydro charge to connect an additional meter will depend on the work required and our designer will provide a quote. Learn more about our electrical connection process.
If you need support, you can get up to five hours of free advice and planning assistance from an EV advisor. Learn more about the EV advisor services.