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Investment in the installation electric vehicle (EV) chargers

Last updated: 21 June 2022

The Ministry of Natural Resources announced investment for the installation of EV chargers in local areas.
- Nova Scotia (1.2 million CAD)
- Ontario (2 million CAD)
- Alberta (2 million CAD)
- the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Region (2 million CAD)
- Alberta, New Brunswick, Ontario region(3.9 million CAD)
- Yukon (1 million CAD)
- Ontario (2 million CAD)
- Indigenous Clean Energy (316 250 CAD)
- Saskatchewan (2 million CAD)
- New Brunswick (937 250 CAD)
- Regional Municipality of Durham (201 499 CAD)
- British Columbia (1 million CAD)
- Newfoundland and Labrador (805 000 CAD)
- Multi-unit residential buildings across Canada (899 000 CAD)
- British Columbia (3.54 million CAD)
- New Brunswick (83 938 CAD)
- British Columbia (49 000 CAD)

These investments will be funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) aiming to make EV charging more accessible. Each Action Centre and TAF will select recipients, after which EV chargers will be installed in public places.

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