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Electric Vehicle Chargers
Not all electrical vehicle charging station are the same. Choosing the right model for your vehicle depends on type of vehicle you have, level of charge you need, location of the charger, pin configuration (ex: Tesla), wireless charging needs, fast charging stations, etc
During our selection process, we will discuss range anxiety, federal and provincial rebate programs, fleet options and membership options, load management, and other options.
Also check at the bottom of the page all the rebates that areavailable through provincial and federal government
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Do you know all the EV rebates you could qualify for?
British Columbia is pushing and encouraging people to purchace and install EV Chargers thourgh various incentives and rebates.
Bellow is a list of “up-to”rebates .
Purchasing an Electric Vehicle:
- $3,000 towards the purchace or lease of a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle (FCEV) through province of British Columbia
- $1,500 towards the purchace or lease of a plug in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) through province of British Columbia
- $3,000 towards the purchace or leae of a battery electric vehicle ( EV) through province of British Columbia
- $2,500 for HEV through the federal government
- $5,000 for EV and select PHEV through the federal government
- $6,000 when you scrap your existing gas powered vehicle
Purchasing an EV Charger:
- 50% of purchace and install cost of a new Level2 chargerup to max $700 through BC government and adminsitered by BC Hydro and Fortis BC. The covered cost includes EV charger, labour by a qualifyed electrician, permit costs, cost of electrcal design design for the charging station. Call BatCO Tech for a list of eligible charger and models
BC anounced the new increased rebates for EV Chargers
British Columbia just doubled the amount or rebates available for neworked EV Chargers in appartment buildings, condo and workplace, commercial buildings
Here is what it entails:
- Up to $3,000 to etstablish an EV Ready Plan
- Up to $80,000 for the installation of electrical infrastructure needed to support the EV Ready Plan above
- Up to $14,000 for the purchace and installation of Level 2 networked EV Chargers up to $4,000 per charger
The applications need to be put in by February 28, 2021
Selecting an EV Charger
With so many Electrical Vehicle ( EV) Chargers on the market, there is no wonder that most people get confused on choosing a charger that best fits their vehicle.
Below we have put together a guide that will hopefully help you go through the selection process easier.
Find the specs for your particular EV model (battery, plug in, etc)
Consider optimum charging times
Prepare an electrical system load calculation
Location where EV charger will be installed ( outdoors, indoor)
Deciding on features and conveniences ( cord length, wireless communication, portable, network compatible, etc)
Research your EV charger based on your calculations above.
Have a qualified Electrical Contractor (EC) do the installation for you. Remember that a permit is needed for all EV charger installations.
The table above will help you calculate the EV Charger needed and if you get stuck you can always call BatCO Tech for tips, guides and information.
Leccy.net is a third party application and tool designed, marketed and supported by others. BatCO Teck takes no responsibility for the information herein provided and does not suggest nor recommend using such data to replace the calculations made by a licenced electrical contractor. To find a qualified electrical contractor that can help you do all the above calculation you can visit Technical Safety BC for a list of licenced electrical contractors or contact BatCO Tech for recommended installers in your areas.
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