Summary and checklist of the four main steps required to install EV charging in your strata building—for tenants and owners.
Summary and checklist of the four main steps required to install EV charging in your strata building—for strata councils and property managers.
A step by step guide from Vancouver Island Strata Owners Association on how to install EV charging and get EV Ready with the CleanBC rebates. Includes tips throughout to ensure you complete each step successfully.
A complete guide to installing EV charging in multi-unit residential buildings, from selection of the charger to installation and maintenance.
A quick guide for the steps required to go through the process of installing EV charging in your building. Includes a list of considerations to evaluate before starting the installation process, such as allocation of costs, how to choose the right charger, and more.
A complete guide to installing EV charging in condos, for condo owners, boards, and managers. Includes information to help draft a charging agreement and different FAQs for boards and owners.
Plug In BC’s list of vetting questions you should ask a contractor before hiring them to complete an EV Ready Plan. Note that these Plans must be completed by a registered professional electrical engineer or a licensed electrical contractor.
A checklist of information required before completing an EV Ready Plan. This information will be helpful to have on hand when contacting firms to complete the Plan for you.
A reference for the rebates available, including for an EV Ready Plan or a standalone charger rebate, for BC Hydro customers. This page includes important information for the application process, and eligible models of charging stations.
A reference for the rebates available, including for an EV Ready Plan or a standalone charger rebate, for Fortis BC customers. This page includes important information for the application process, and eligible models of charging stations.
The program guide for the Provincial rebate program for EV charging. Includes important information for installing charging at single family homes, MURBS, and workplaces.
Emotive is a BC-wide campaign to help raise awareness about electric vehicles. The website has a list of all available makes and models of EVs in BC, shares stories from EV owners, and includes FAQs to help answer any questions you may have.
The New Car Dealers Association of BC website for all information related to the EV purchase rebate. Find eligible vehicles, participating dealerships, rebate funds available, and more.
VEVA is a non-profit society promoting the adoption and use of electric vehicles. Members meet bi-weekly to discuss all things related to EVs, including new regulations and policy, upcoming development projects, and EV events.
This BC Hydro referral form to find a qualified electrician that can consult or provide a quote for installing EV charging infrastructure at your residence.
Plug’n Drive is a non-profit organization helping to accelerate the adoption of EVs, and providing information about EVs, charging stations, and the electricity sector.
Reminder: Before moving forward with steps to request EV charging it is essential to review your strata’s bylaws and rules to ensure there are no barriers. If you don’t know where to find these documents, someone on your strata council can help you find them or share them with you.
The Strata Property Act is the legislation that forms the basis under which all strata corporations must operate in BC.
The Civil Resolution Tribunal is an online tribunal that can help resolve strata disputes of any amount. This option can be used if you fail to gain traction with your request and would like to formally go through a dispute resolution process.
If you need a lawyer to help review strata documents, draft user agreements or draft amendments, you can find a suitable lawyer through this referral service.
Please note that the information on this website is intended only to be used as a starting point and is not a substitute for getting legal or other professional advice. For more details, refer to our
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