Incentives that Kick Gas

The rewards of going electric may be even bigger than you think. New incentives can save you time and money. Check out what's available in your region.


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British Columbia

  • The Clean Energy Vehicle (CEV) Incentive Program provides point of sale incentives of up to $5,000 to qualified BC residents, businesses, public agencies and entities (including municipal and regional governments and first nations, but excluding provincial, crown, and federal government agencies), and non-profit organizations for the purchase or lease of eligible vehicles. The CEV Incentive Program is administered and implemented through a partnership between the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines and the New Car Dealers Association of British Columbia (NCDA).

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Ontario

  • Rebate: The Electric Vehicle Incentive Program offers a rebate on battery electric vehicles that ranges from $6,000 to $10,000 depending on the size of the battery. Vehicles with larger than a 16 kWh battery will also receive an additional $3,000. Vehicles with five or more seats will receive an additional $1,000. If the vehicle is leased for 12 months you will receive 33% of the incentive, if leased for 24 months you will receive 66% of the incentive, and if leased for 36 months you will receive 100% of the incentive.


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Quebec

  • Rebate: The City of Quebec offers a $4,000 rebate for purchasing a used battery electric vehicle. There is a $4 million available, rebate is first-come, first-served and issued pending on availability of funds. Valid until 1,000 rebates have been granted or by March 31, 2018.
  • Rebate: The City of Quebec offers an $8,000 rebate for purchasing a new battery electric vehicle that costs less than $75,000. The City of Quebec also offers a $3,000 rebate on battery electric vehicles that cost more than $75,000. Valid until December 31, 2020, or until funds are exhausted.