Applications Are Open for NRCan’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program

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July 25, 2022

For a limited time, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is deploying the next round of funding under its Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP).

Geared towards supporting the establishment of a coast-to-coast network of level 2 and DC fast chargers for electric vehicles, the program will fund fifty percent (50%) of total project costs up to a maximum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) per project.

The current funding targets the following ZEV infrastructure project types:

  • Public

  • On-Street

  • Workplaces

  • Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs)

  • Fleets

FLO, a Canadian leader in smart charging solutions for electric vehicle, has deployed hundreds of units across various funding programs, including NRCan. FLO can offer you the support and expertise necessary to determine the ideal EV charging infrastructure for your needs and guide you through the application process.

The ZEVIP program is competitive and as one of Canada’s leading EV charging solution providers, FLO can guide you along the way by helping plan your deployment and application (our products meet all ZEVIP technical requirements).

ZEVIP & FLO

Transitioning to a Low-Carbon Future

The maximum funding per electric vehicle charging station includes the following:

  • Level 2 (3.3kW to 19.2kW): Up to 50% of total project costs (maximum of $5,000 per charger);

  • DC Fast charger (50kW to 99kW): Up to 50% of total project costs (maximum of $50,000 per charger);

  • DC Fast charger (100kW and above): Up to 50% of total project costs (maximum of $75,000 per charger).

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