You can now go farther than ever in an electric vehicle
Canada’s growing electric vehicle infrastructure has charging stations ranging from St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador to Victoria, British Columbia, and more being built all the time.
Planning a trip?
Use this map to locate electric and hydrogen charging stations along your route.
Investing in cleaner transportation
With our private sector partners, we are supporting new charging stations for electric vehicles and refuelling stations for alternative fuels across the country.
We are investing $182.5 million in green infrastructure and clean technologies and are committed to increasing the number of zero-emission vehicles on Canada’s roads.
There are electric vehicles for all lifestyles
With a wide range of models and price points, buying an electric vehicle has never been easier. Right now, there are over 30 battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) available in Canada.
- BEVs produce no carbon dioxide or other emissions during operation.
- PHEVs are emissions-free only when operating in electric mode, but they may have a greater driving range than BEVs
Many models have enough battery range to meet your daily driving needs when charged overnight.
Find out which vehicle is right for you
Electric vehicles are more affordable than ever
If you live in Ontario, Quebec or British Columbia, your provincial government has financial incentives to encourage you to buy or lease an electric vehicle. Check out the programs available:
- Ontario Electric Vehicle Incentive Program
- Quebec Electric Vehicle and Recharging Rebates
- Clean Energy Vehicles for British Columbia
The Government of Canada is continuing to invest in infrastructure for zero emission vehicles
The government is investing $182.5 million in green infrastructure and clean technologies and partnering with the private sector to support the demonstration and deployment of new charging stations for electric vehicles as well as refuelling stations for alternative fuels such as hydrogen and natural gas, and is committed to developing a national strategy for zero emission vehicles in 2018 to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles on Canadian roads.
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