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The Government of Canada has set ambitious target of 100% adoption of zero-emission vehicles by 2035

Up to 50% rebates for EV charging install projects

Elexicon Group is offering funding contributions for eligible recipients to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations that support the rapid growth of EV adoption in Canada. Elexicon Group has been selected by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) to redistribute funding from NRCan’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program to help organizations fund smaller-scale EV charging installation projects.

Up to $99,999 is available for eligible projects that contribute to Canada’s EV charging network, and accelerate EV adoption across the country.

Charger Types and Funding Levels

All funding is limited to a maximum of 50% of total project costs, up to $99,999 per application.

Charger TypePower Output
Maximum Funding
Level 2 (208/240 V) connector
3.3 kW to 19.2 kW
$5,000 per connector
Fast Charger
20 kW to 49 kW
$15,000 per connector
Fast Charger
50 kW to 99 kW
$50,000 per connector
Fast Charger
100 kW to 199 kW
$75,000 per connector
Fast Charger
200 kW and above
$99,999 per connector

Eligible Uses


A workplace is defined as a location where employees perform duties related to a job. Charging infrastructure must be primarily used by the employees. Charging infrastructure installations at a private residence, even if a business is registered at the same address, are not included in this category.

On-Street Parking

On-street charging is considered curbside charging infrastructure for public use and is managed by local governments.

Multi-Unit Residential Buildings

MURB charging is defined as infrastructure in parking spaces where people live. For the purpose of this program, to be designated as a MURB the building must include a minimum of three (3) dwelling units.

Commercial and Public Fleets

Commercial and public fleets are composed of on-road or off-road vehicles and are managed by common ownership. These fleets are used in support of organizational or business operations and activities. On-road and off-road commercial and public fleets include but are not limited to: light, medium or heavy-duty vehicles, taxis, last-mile delivery vehicles, municipal utility vehicles, forklifts, airport ground support vehicles, vehicles used in the mining, forestry or farming industries, or ice resurfacers.

Public Places

Public places are defined as parking areas intended for public use. Parking areas can be privately or publicly owned and operated. They can include but are not limited to: service stations, retail establishments, restaurants, arenas, libraries, medical offices, park and ride lots, and more.

How To Apply

1. Review the Application Guide.

The guide can be found here, and contains detailed eligibility requirements, and a thorough overview of the application and approval process.

2. Complete an Application through Elexicon Group's online portal.

Create an account and complete the online application form, including required documentation.

3. Get pre-approved for funding.

Funding decisions are provided within 30 days of receipt of an application. A signed Contribution Agreement is required before costs are eligible for reimbursement.

4. Complete installation and collect rebate.

Complete your claim report, including documentation, within 30 days of project completion to receive your rebate.

All Purpose

All Purpose

Take advantage of the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) and transform the future of transportation.

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Fleets Infrastructure

Fleets Infrastructure

If you're looking for funding to support the electrification of fleet vehicles, we have a separate funding stream to support this goal.

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Whether you're a community leader or simply passionate about sustainability, these grants provide an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the world of clean transportation.

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