Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program - How to apply
The Request for Proposals (RFP) focusing on public places, on-street, multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces and light-duty vehicle fleets is now open until June 22, 2021 (23:59 Eastern Daylight Time). NRCan will target having funding decisions by October 2021.
As the second wave of COVID-19 continues to cause supply chain disruptions and operational restrictions, the Program is now allowing up to an additional 12 months to complete projects. As a result, proponents may have up to 30 months from the date of agreement signature for the completion of EV charging projects, and up to 36 months from the date of agreement signature for hydrogen refuelling projects.
Note that the completion date indicated in a signed contribution agreement takes precedence. Therefore, to avail yourself of this accommodation, you must contact your NRCan project officer or email email@example.com, as an amendment to existing agreement will be required.
Submit a single copy of the complete Application with all additional supporting documentation required by the program to fully assess the project. When an application has been submitted, a notification will be sent by the program acknowledging its receipt. This may take up to five business days.
Apply by email
The program prefers to receive your proposal in electronic format by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Applicant must submit a completed application form (including the Word and Excel documents) and the attestation page must be dated and signed by a duly authorized officer and scanned and sent as a PDF. Additional supporting documentation, saved as Word, Excel or PDF formats, must also accompany the application.
Note: the maximum size of email attachments to Natural Resources Canada is 10MB. If the submission exceeds the maximum, the applicant may forward their files in a series of emails with the same subject line. Natural Resources Canada is not responsible for the security of the files during transmission.
Having Technical Problems
If you are having technical problems, please contact NRCan.TAF-TCR.RNCan@Canada.ca and provide the following information:
- first and last name
- phone number
- description of the problem or error message of the page where you are experiencing the problem
- computer operating system and version
- Adobe Reader version
- Internet browser and version
- As much information as possible about the steps you took before you experienced the problem
Apply By Mail
Natural Resources Canada
c/o Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program
580 Booth Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0E4
Where applicants submit a copy of the required files by courier or registered mail postmarked by June 22, 2021 (23:59 Eastern Daylight Time), we request that copies of the required files on a memory stick be included in the package, clearly marked with the name of the organization and the title of the project. If you are submitting by courier, it is recommended that you inform us by e-mail that you are doing so.
The application must include an attestation that a duly authorized officer of the applicant organization has signed and dated. If the attestation page is not included, the application will not be considered complete and will receive no further consideration. The attestation page is included in the application package on the program’s website.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to retain proof of the time that the documentation package was sent to the program. This may be required in the event that Natural Resources Canada does not receive the documentation package by the deadline for reasons that are beyond your control.
Important note: The submission of an application creates no obligation on the part of Natural Resources Canada to provide funding for the proposed project.
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