Climate-Friendly Transportation Rebates

Electric Vehicle and Electric Bike







In Saanich, burning fossil fuels for personal vehicle transportation is the biggest source of GHG emissions in our community. Access help for making a switch to active, public, or renewable transportation today!

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Active, public, and shared mobility rebates -

Electric vehicle (EV) rebates – visit for details. (Terms apply and programs change frequently.)

Fleet electrification - visit for details (terms apply). This program is open to B.C. registered companies, non-profit organizations and public entities and provides funding, training, and other support for deploying zero emission fleets. 

EV Charging rebates –  (Terms apply and programs change frequently.)

Federal Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program for public places, on-street, multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces and light duty fleets. Provides 50% of costs up to specific maximums by project type for for Level 2, Fast Chargers, and hydrogen refuelling stations. (Multiple intakes per year - check eligibility requirements for each intake.)

CleanBC Go Electric EV Charger Rebate Program

  • Homes (single family homes)
    • EV Chargers: 50% of costs up to $350 for Level 2 EV charging stations
    • EV Power Management Devices: $200 towards the installation of an EV power management device to avoid electrical service upgrades when installing a Level 2 EV charger at home. 
  • Apartments/Condos/Townhomes
  • Workplaces 
    • Up to 50% of those costs, to a maximum of $2,000 per charger, and $14,000 per workplace.
    • A business can apply for a maximum of four of their workplace sites, resulting in a maximum project rebate of $56,000.
  • Public charger rebates
    • Up to $130,000 for public DC Fast Chargers plus additional funding for Level 2 Stations
    • Businesses, non-profits, local governments, Indigenous communities or public sector organizations may apply