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Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program – Delivery Organizations

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ZEVIP Delivery Organizations (a.k.a. Initial Recipients) further distribute ZEVIP funds to Ultimate Recipients to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure projects in public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces or for on-road vehicle fleets.

Initial Recipients are non-for-profit entities, approved by NRCan to independently redistribute ZEVIP funds in a manner that is aligned with the terms and conditions of the broader ZEVIP Program.

Ultimate Recipients are those organizations that receive a component of the ZEVIP funding from an Initial Recipient to deploy electric vehicle chargers. The Ultimate Recipients are selected by the Initial Recipient, independently of NRCan.

List of Initial Recipients

These Initial Recipients have been granted funding to further distribute ZEVIP funding to Ultimate Recipients.

Only projects for which contribution agreements have been signed are listed below (may change without notice).

Delivery Organizations to date: Supporting EV charging for: Contact Information:
Scrap it society on-road and off-road commercial and public fleets https://evfleetcharging.ca/contact-us/
BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets https://pluginbc.ca/publiccharger/
La grappe industrielle des vehicules electriques et intelligents (Propulsion Quebec) public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets sara.pellerin@propulsionquebec.com
The Atmospheric Fund public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Simone Hacikyan, EV Charging Program Manager
Hydro-Québec public places, on-street programme4500bornes@hydroquebec.com
Alberta Municipalities – Municipal Climate Change Action Centre public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets contact@mccac.ca
Community Energy Association public places, on-street https://acceleratekootenays.ca/2-0/ 
NB Power public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets pluginbranch@nbpower.com
EPCOR Utilities public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets goev@epcor.com
Essex Powerlines Corporation public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets chargeup@essexpower.ca
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets EVSupport@nlh.nl.ca
Elexicon Group public places, on-street, in workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Deliveryorg@elexicongroup.com
Clean Nova Scotia Foundation public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets evboost@cleanfoundation.ca
Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Kirsten.Kabernick@thunderbay.ca
Pollution Probe public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Derek May, Senior Project Manager
Government of Yukon             public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets energy@yukon.ca
SouthGrow Regional Initiative public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Peter Casurella
Hydro Ottawa public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Hydro Ottawa Zevip Team,
zevip@hydroottawa.com
Green Economy Canada public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets Donald Jantz, Partnerships Manager
Manitoba Motor Dealers Association public places, at workplaces and for light-duty vehicle fleets nfo@mmda.mb.ca
Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces Leighton Gall, Manager of Sustainable Transportation
Saskatchewan Power Corporation public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets electrification@saskpower.com
Eco-West Canada public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets drobidoux@eco-ouest.com
Scout Environmental public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets info@scoutenvironmental.com
Alectra Utilities public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces and for light-duty vehicle fleets incentives@alectrautilities.com
Government of PEI public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets EVChargerRebate@gov.pe.ca
Government of NWT public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, and for light-duty vehicle fleets NWTEVIP@gov.nt.ca

Apply to become a ZEVIP initial recipient

Natural Resources Canada’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) is now accepting applications under a continuous intake process for Initial Recipient projects. This open application process is seeking eligible not-for-profit organizations to manage the redistribution of ZEVIP funds to ultimate recipients for the installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure project in public places, on-street, in multi-unit residential buildings, at workplaces or for on-road vehicle fleets.

This new intake model offers applicants the opportunity to submit applications for Initial Recipient projects at any time between now and December 31, 2024.

This approach is intended to support the timing of applications with readiness of proposed projects as well as to facilitate the coordination of funding from other contributors.

Like all ZEVIP Requests for Proposals, applicants will be required to follow an application template and submit all relevant documentation. Complete applications will be reviewed by the program and must meet all evaluation criteria to be considered for funding.

  • The maximum NRCan contribution amount per approved Initial Recipient project is $5M.
  • Funding distributed from Delivery Organizations to Ultimate Recipient are limited to less than $100,000.

Detailed program terms and conditions are included in the Applicant’s Guide.

Eligible recipients

The eligible recipients under this Program:

Initial recipients

  • Provincial, territorial, regional or municipal governments, their institutions, agencies and Crown corporations (including public utilities).
  • Not-for-profit organizations validly incorporated or registered in Canada.

Ultimate recipients

Legal entities validly incorporated or registered in Canada including not-for-profit and for-profit organizations such as:

  • Companies
  • Condo boards
  • Indigenous businesses or communities
  • Public institutions
  • Provincial, territorial, regional or municipal governments or their departments or agencies
  • (Federal organizations, such as Federal Departments, Federal Crown Corporations or Federal Agencies are not eligible recipients under the ZEVIP Program)

Detailed eligibility and technical requirements can be found in the applicant’s guide.

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