Paying for your charge
The BC Hydro EV app will indicate the price to charge at our stations, as well as chargers within the FLO and ChargePoint networks. All BC Hydro stations have signage that indicates the pricing.
Base program funding up to $350 for EV charger rebates is currently unavailable. BC Hydro $250 smart EV charger rebate available for select chargers.
Visit the EV charger rebate program for information.
If installed at an apartment/condo or workplace, this networked charger may be eligible for a rebate.
Get up to $5,000 in rebates, up to 50% of costs, per charger to purchase and install Level 2 networked EV chargers at your building’s residential parking spaces, to a maximum of $25,000.
Rebate amounts vary depending on factors such as whether or not the building is participating in other EV Ready rebates.
Up to $5,000 per charger to purchase and install eligible Level 2 networked EV chargers for employee use, to a maximum of $25,000.
Pre-approval from BC Hydro is required for apartment/condo and workplace customers. Program maximums apply.
Load management: Allows multiple EV chargers to share the same electrical circuit, allowing the charging power to be distributed across each charger.
Networked: A networked charging station that is connected to a central system via internet communication such as open protocol (e.g. OCPP, OpenADR or other) or a proprietary system (must be connected to a network for minimum of two years).
Multiple ports: Allows multiple vehicles to charge at the same time.
CSA Certification: Tested and certified electric vehicle charging and components by CSA Group.
cETL Certification: Compliant with North American safety standards and tested/certified by Intertek.
cUL Certification: Compliant with Canadian safety standards by UL Canada.
Every circuit breaker has specified amperage (amount of current). The rating is the labelled on the breaker. Understanding your electrical service and panel is important in determining the type of EV charger you can support.