EV Charging Incentives In London Ontario
EV Ready Rebate Program:
The EV Charger Incentive
EV ChargeON Program
The EV ChargeON program, designed to boost the adoption of electric vehicles, offers funding for the installation of public electric vehicle (EV) chargers in communities outside of major cities, including London, Ontario.
Charging Stations funded by this Program must be in Ontario and must be Publicly Accessible 24 hour per day, 365 days per year. EV chargers that cannot be used by the general public are ineligible for this Program.
EV ChargeON Program Highlights:
Residents in London, Ontario are encouraged to take advantage of the EV ChargeON program. This program plans to expand the network of public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across different local areas. By enhancing infrastructure and cost-effectiveness, this program aims to incentivize a broader acquisition of electric vehicles among residents. Let Somerton Electric assist you in determining the ideal EV charging infrastructure that suits your specific requirements.
Indigenous communities, organizations, or businesses
Broader public sector organizations
To apply, you must be the current owner of the site or have written approval from the owner or Band Council to install and operate the charging station for a minimum of 5 years.
Up to $2,000 per Level 2 charging station
Up to $97,000 for EV Infrastructure
Up to 50% of your total project costs through NRCan (Maximum of $5,000,000)
Up to $700 per residential single-family home
We have successfully installed hundreds of EV charging systems and are well-equipped to provide guidance and expertise throughout the application process.
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EV Charging Station Requirements:
- Be publicly accessible 24/7
- Include at least one of the following:
- Four Level 2 ports
- One Level 3 port and one Level 2 port
- Two Level 3 ports
- Include specific connector types:
- Level 2 chargers: SAE J1772 standard connector
- Level 3 chargers: Combined Charging System (CCS) connectors (representing a minimum of 25% of the connectors)
The funding available for each project in London, Ontario depends on the type of applicant and the proposed charging technology. The maximum amount of funding available per project is $1 million. The provincial funding amount will be determined by the percentage cap (75% or 50%) and the technology cap based on the charger type.
How to Apply: