Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) is a 5-year $280 million program ending in 2024 and its objective is to address the lack of charging and refuelling stations in Canada.
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.
The ChargePoint® Express 250 is based on industry-leading DC fast charging technology, engineered to fast charge current and next-generation electric cars, buses and trucks.
Charge more vehicles faster! The CPE250 provides 25% more power than standard 50kW stations, and two CPE250 stations can be paired to provide even more charging output.
The Express 250 supports battery packs from 200V to 1000V, ensuring both legacy and future electric vehicles can always be charged.
The CT4000 family is the latest generation of ChargePoint commercial charging stations. The CT4000 family is available in both bollard and wall mount configurations and is available with 1 or 2 independent charging ports.
Intelligent power management options double the number of parking spaces served by allowing two charging ports to share a single circuit. Sites with single port EV stations can upgrade to dual port stations without requiring additional electrical services.
Energy Star Certified
The CT4000 is the first ENERGY STAR® certified EV charger because it charges efficiently and conserves power when not charging. As an ENERGY STAR certified EV charger, the CT4000 uses significantly less energy than a standard EV charger when in standby mode to help you save money on your utility bill.
The CPF50 level 2 charging station is designed for use in fleet and multifamily applications. For fleets, CPF50 stations are ideally suited for depot charging.
For apartments or condos, CPF50 stations are intended for personal charging in assigned parking spots.
Available as a single or dual-port station, in pedestal or wall mount.
The CleanBC Go Electric Program is intended to encourage and accelerate the adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in British Columbia (B.C.) for both their environmental and economic benefits. The CleanBC Go Electric Public Charger Program is a sub-program of the CleanBC Go Electric Program and is intended to increase the number of public Direct Current Fast Charger (DCFC) stations throughout B.C. to support the growing number of ZEVs on the road.
The Program aims to fill current gaps in the public DCFC network in B.C. such as Indigenous communities, rural and northern areas, and city centers experiencing long queues for DCFCs due to high ZEV uptake.
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