The Electric Vehicle Charger and Electric Bike (ECEB)
rebate program helps Edmontonians electrify their transportation. Edmontonians interested in purchasing an electric bike (e-bike) can apply for rebates covering 30 per cent of the cost of the e-bike, to a maximum of $750. Applicants must show proof of residency in Edmonton, and e-bikes must be purchased within 60 days of the rebate application.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Residential and commercial property owners who are interested in installing a Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging station in their property can apply for a rebate through the new ECEB rebate program
. For residential properties, this rebate will cover 50 per cent of the installed cost of the charger, to a maximum of $600 for existing homes and $300 for new construction (up to one per household). For commercial properties, this rebate will cover 50 per cent of the installed cost of the charger, to a maximum of $2,000 per charger (up to five per company).
The launch of these new programs was part of a larger announcement of several environment rebate programs. Learn more about the new rebate programs at: edmonton.ca/environmentalrebates