The Government of Canada is requesting project proposals for electric vehicle charging stations in public areas and on-street.
The Government of Canada has introduced the Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program
(ZEVIP) to address the lack of charging and refuelling stations in Canada. ZEVIP will provide funding to increase the availability of charging and zero-emission refuelling opportunities where Canadians live and work. Municipalities are encouraged to apply for funding to set up charging stations in public places and on-street / curbside locations. Future ZEVIP initiatives will include charging stations at workplaces and multi-unit residential buildings, as well as zero-emission commercial vehicle fleets and public transportation projects.
Natural Resources Canada strongly recommends that applicants familiarize themselves with the Applicants Guide
before completing the application package. The Applicants Guide goes into further detail about eligible projects, time frames, and the application process.
A completed application package
[Word file] (proposal) consists of:
- a completed application form;
- supporting documentation; and
- a signed attestation.
Applicants are required to submit a single copy of the application package by 23:59 Eastern Daylight Time, September 18, 2019
by email at NRCan.TAF-TCR.RNCan@Canada.ca
or by mail
This program complements the Electric Vehicles for Municipalities Program
offered through the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC).
If you have any questions about ZEVIP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries, please contact:
Director of External Relations & Advocacy