The Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP)

is a 5-year $280 million program funded by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) ending in 2024 with the goal of addressing the lack of EV charging stations in Canada. Funding is delivered through cost-sharing contribution agreements for eligible projects.

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How does it work?

The current solicitation focuses on ZEV infrastructure for on-road and off-road commercial and public fleets. NRCan funding can cover up to 50% of total project costs, capped at a maximum of $5 million per project.

Greenlots can provide turnkey support for fleets interested in deploying fast charging infrastructure.

ZEVIP Incentive Details

Charger installation incentive will provide up to 50% of eligible project costs
Incentive is capped at $5,000 per connector for L2 chargers
Incentive is capped at $50,000 per charger for DCFC 50kW to 99kW
Incentive is capped at $75,000 per charger for high powered chargers 100kW+
Total incentive is capped at $5,000,000 per project
Projects located in British Columbia could be eligible for additional funding

Project Requirements

  • previous page arrow Projects must include at least one fast charger of 50kW+ OR at least ten L2 chargers
  • previous page arrow Projects cannot begin before signing contribution agreement with NRCan
  • previous page arrow Total funding from all levels of government cannot exceed 75% of total project costs
  • previous page arrow NRCan does not have the authority to issue advance payments. Funding recipiends will submit quarterly payment claims and progress reports to NRCan in order to receive reimbursements

How Greenlots Can Help You

Greenlots can provide turnkey services for fleets interested in deploying charging infrastructure, including:

  • previous page arrow NRCan application development and support
  • previous page arrow Site evaluation
  • previous page arrow Hardware procurement
  • previous page arrow Engineering and construction with an emphasis on Shell’s global health and safety standards
  • previous page arrow Data monitoring through software platform and a driver-facing app
  • previous page arrow Comprehensive operation and maintenance packages
  • previous page arrow Optimizing credit from carbon markets

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