Electric vehicles are affordable.
For real. With no belts and spark plugs, oil and exhaust, maintenance is a breeze. Plus, charging costs approximately 75% LESS than fueling up with gas. Electric vehicles make financial sense.
Electric vehicles are for everyone.
Not just luxury cars; there are affordable electric vehicles too. Not just for city drivers; rural communities have charging stations, too. Not just for running errands close to home; take a road trip.
Electric vehicles are easy.
Charge up at home, while you’re sleeping. Charge up at the grocery store, while you’re shopping. Preheat the car on a cold day without harmful and expensive idling. The electric life is the simple life.
Check out the electric vehicles available in BC today
Variety—it’s here! There are electric family sedans and electric SUVs, too. There are electric sportscars and electric hatchbacks, as well. The options are staggering. And exciting!
No matter what kind of vehicle suits your lifestyle, there is likely an electric vehicle in British Columbia available for you. There is also an ever-growing network of charging stations and the possibilities to take road trips all over the province of BC are always expanding.See all available makes & models Clean BC Go Electric Vehicle Rebates "Up to Speed:" Tips for new EV drivers
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Michelle discovered that used electric vehicles were available and were perfect for city-dwellers who desire affordable commuter vehicles. The kids were completely sold on clean energy, and pushed their parents to make the change […]
With gas prices rising, Sarah was logging between $500 – 700 per month in fuel costs related to her commute. Maintenance costs were also becoming unpredictable. Sarah purchased a new Chevrolet Bolt a few years ago and hasn’t looked back. Now, her maintenance costs are negligible.
To avoid paying roughly $450 per month in maintenance and fuel costs with her existing vehicle, she switched to a Chevrolet Volt and realized immediate savings. The Volt has a gas range extender but Lori rarely needs this feature. Over time, she now calculates that charging costs her roughly a $1.50 per day, mostly charging overnight at a regular wall outlet at home to manage her commute.
Don has been driving electric vehicles in the Shuswap region for seven years. When he bought his first electric car, a Nissan Leaf, he wanted to reduce his climate change impacts. It […]
Electric Car Resources
The Emotive Community Outreach Incentive Program, funded by the Province of British Columbia, offers support and funding to communities and local governments in British Columbia to assist with delivering Emotive electric vehicle (EV) outreach.
The Province of British Columbia’s CleanBC Go Electric Program and policies encourage and accelerate adoption of electric vehicles for their environmental and economic benefits.
Fortis BC helps their customers plug in to cleaner energy sources for transportation by expanding the number of electric vehicle charging stations in British Columbia.
Plug In BC is a program of the Fraser Basin Council, working with government, industry, community groups, and institutions. It provides information and support around plug-in vehicles and charging throughout British Columbia.
See a real-time map of charging stations.
Get Power Smart: See BC Hydro’s guide to owning, charging, and travelling with an electric vehicle.