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Multi Unit Residential Building Electric Vehicle Charging Program

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Multi Unit Residential Building Electric Vehicle Charging Program

Attention Building Owners and Renters
 

Applications are still being accepted for the Multi Unit Residential Building Charging Program.  Funded by the Province of British Columbia, and administered by Fraser Basin Council, this program supports the cost and installation of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), informally known as charging stations, in existing multi unit residential buildings (MURBs). 

 

What are the details of the program:

  • Applications are due by October 1, 2016
  • Receive up to $4,500 or 75% of costs per charging station installed
  • No limit on the number of stations applicants can apply for funding on
  • Installation and final reports are due by March 1, 2017
  • A rebate cheque will be issued once all work and paperwork is completed
  • Charging stations are for residents of stratas, apartments, condos, townhouses and housing co-ops
Whether your building is old or new, charging stations are simple to install. 
You can learn more about the CEV Infrastructure Program and about EV's by visiting the PluginBC page.  

To apply for funding, visit the Residential Building Charging Program page and fill out the application.  As more residential buildings begin installing stations to accommodate the growing number of EV drivers now is the time to be ahead of the pack.  Take advantage now.

If you have any questions contact Ryan Davis at Fraser Basin Council:

(E)  Rdavis@fraserbasin.bc.ca
(T)  604.488.5365

 
 
Event date: 
Saturday, 01 October, 2016
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