Car charger pros

EV-Charging Solutions

Our Services

Residential

Car Charger Pros offers EV-Chargers suitable for homes. The EVduty-40 and EVduty-40 SMART single charger models are able to be installed inside or outside and is compatible with all plug-in vehicles. Our certified electricians will make the process of installing an EV-Charger in your home completely hassle free.

Strata

Car Charger Pros has decades of experience working with strata teams and property managers. The EVduty-40 single station and EVduty-Duo dual station models are a perfect fit for a wide range of strata properties. Car Charger Pros can support your strata council through the entire approval process.

Commercial

Car Charger Pros makes your business or municipality a destination-stop for EV drivers with an EVduty-Duo charging station. The charging station is then public and networked on the EVDUTY application. A great way to attract new customers and tourists.

About

Car Charger Pros has expertise in providing high quality products and high-quality customer service to residential, strata and commercial clients. Our company provides full service, cost and energy efficient car charging solutions in a quick, easy and professional manner.

We serve the Metro Vancouver area as well as the Fraser Valley; installing our EV charging stations in all of Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, New Westminster, Surrey, White Rock, Delta, Coquitlam, Langley, Maple Ridge, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Mission, Abbotsford and Chilliwack.

We work closely with the BC Government, so we can be sure to provide our customers with the knowledge on how to get the most out of government offered electric vehicle incentive programs and guide our clients through the entire process of saving up to 75% on their car charging investment.

EVduty-40

$799.00 - Basic Model

$999.00 - Smart Model

For indoor or outdoor installation (-40 ° C to 40 ° C)

Compatible with all plug-in vehicles (100% electric or plug-in hybrids) sold in North America (SAE J1772MD, lasting over 10 000 charging cycles)

EVduty Duo

$5,550.00

Suitable for strata and commercial use

Compatible with all plug-in vehicles (100% electric or plug-in hybrids) sold in North America (SAE J1772MD, lasting over 10 000 charging cycles)

Incentives & Rebates

Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 charging equipment, to a maximum of $350 per approved charging station.

Condos, apartments and workplaces need to be pre-approved for a rebate. This includes building owners, managers, strata councils, B.C.-registered companies, or other building representatives who are responsible for an eligible condo, apartment, workplace, or building in B.C. Once pre-approved for an incentive, applicants must purchase and install eligible EV charging equipment, and complete applications within four months or by March 31, 2020, whichever comes first.

The installation must be done by a certified electrician. Consider working with an electrician who has completed the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training program.

 
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

The incentive is open to B.C. residents. Owners of multiple properties may apply but will need to show proof of title.

To be considered eligible under this Program, a home must:

  • Be located in British Columbia;
  • Be a single-family, duplex, or townhouse with private garages;
  • Be at least 6 months old. This incentive is intended for retrofit solutions only, new builds are ineligible; and
  • Have dedicated parking for residents.

The following documentation must be provided at the time of application:

To apply for pre-approval, the applicant must provide:

Eligible costs include:

  • Purchasing the charging station
  • Labour and construction costs for installation of the charging station and associated conduit
  • Site assessments including analysis of electrical capacity, review of panel capacity and infrastructure, and identification of design options
  • Electrical and related permits
  • Parking and electrical design required by the charging stations and conduit
  • EV parking signage

Ineligible Costs include, but are not limited to:

  • Installation of non-EV charging infrastructure
  • Painting of parking area
  • Painting of parking area
  • Monthly or annual subscription fees associated with the charging station
  • Taxes paid on charging station, labour, etc
  • Charging infrastructure already required under regulation, building codes, or
    other programs.
CHARGING STATION REQUIREMENTS

To qualify for the incentive, the charging station must;

  • Purchased in B.C. and not leased
  • Approved for sale and use in Canada and have cUL, cETL, and CSA certifications
  • A Level 2 charger, 208 volt or 240 volt, with a standard “J plug” (J1772)
  • A permanent installation
  • Networked: connected to a central system via Internet communication such as open protocol (e.g. OCPP, OpenADR or other) or a proprietary system
OTHER INCENTIVE

If the EV charger rebate program incentive is combined with any other incentive, it will be capped so that the total incentives do not exceed the total cost of the equipment and installation. Note: the EV charger rebate program cannot be combined with incentives from ZAPBC.

Up to 50% of purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 2 (208-volt or 240-volt) charging stations to a maximum of $5,000 (no more than $350 per station)

MURB residents face significant barriers to accessing EV charging in their homes and, as a result, becoming EV owners. This is due to the added administrative layers associated with buildings containing multiple residences, more complex technical requirements and associated higher costs. The Program is designed to help address this financial and administrative burden through both equipment/installation incentives and the EV Charging expert support program offering. In this program stream, applicants submit an initial application to reserve an incentive, and then only receive the reimbursement incentive once all work is completed and paid for and final application requirements are met.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

This Program component is open to B.C. residents, building owners, managers, or other building representatives (such as strata councils) who reside in or have oversight of an eligible MURB. The MURB must be located in B.C. and be constructed no later than August 31, 2019; this incentive is intended for retrofit solutions only, new MURB builds are ineligible. For all other residential building types please see the single-family home rebate.

Applicants must provide the following documentation at the time of application:

  • A complete copy of the paid itemized receipt for the purchase of an eligible electric vehicle charging station (receipt/invoice must include Canadian dealer/website/retailer name, address and phone number, purchase date and price, product make and model)
  • The paid invoice or itemized receipt for all required labour and construction undertaken by a licensed electrical contractor
  • Paid invoices or itemized receipt for any other eligible costs accrued.
INCENTIVE AMOUNT

Successful applicants to the Residential Building Incentive will be reimbursed for 75% of the cost of purchase and installation of eligible, new, Level 2 (208/240v) charging stations, up to a maximum of $4,000 per station. Single port stations count as one charging station, and dual port stations count as two charging stations. As such, applicants who apply for a dual port station would receive 75% of total eligible costs up to $8,000, whichever is lower. Applicants can apply for a maximum of two stations per building. There can be multiple buildings within a strata plan.

Eligible costs include:

  • Purchase of the charging station
  • Labour and construction costs for the installation of the charging station and associated conduit by a licensed electrical contractor
  • Site assessments of the building’s requirements and costs to install EV charging infrastructure
  • A site assessment to include:
    o Analysis of electrical capacity
    o Reviewing panel capacity
    o Review physical electrical set up in building and identifying points of interconnection
    o Identification of potential design options for up to 100% electrification
  • Electrical and other related permits
  • Parking and electrical design to accommodate the charging stations and conduit
  • EV parking signage

Ineligible Costs:

  • Installation of non-EV charging infrastructure
  • Administration such as communication between property management and
    residents, copy or documentation fees
  • Painting of parking area
  • Monthly or annual subscription fees associated with the charging station
  • Taxes paid on charging station, labour, etc
  • Charging infrastructure already required under regulation, building codes, or other programs
CHARGING STATION REQUIREMENTS

To qualify for the incentive, the charging station must:

  • Be purchased in B.C.
  • Be approved for sale and use in Canada (cUL, cETL, CSA certification)
  • Be a Level 2 (208 or 240 Volt) station, and feature a SAE J1772 standard plug head
  • Be purchased, not leased
  • Be a permanent installation
  • Be networked. A networked level 2 charger must be connected to a central
    system via standard internet protocol. The communication to the central system can be either an open protocol (such as OCPP, OpenADR, or other) or a
    proprietary system
  • Be installed by a licensed electrical contractor

To provide for future EV growth within the residential building, the Applicant must also ensure that their electrician installs oversized conduits according to the following requirements:

  • Must install over-sized conduit that allows for at a minimum 6 Level 2 charging stations at 40A each, or the total number of parking stalls, whichever comes
    first
  • Must run conduit (pre-wiring not required) to provide future service to all parking stalls, or 30m into the parking area, whichever comes first
  • Must install junction boxes at intervals for future runoffs
  • Must include a label stating “FOR USE WITH ELECTRIC VEHICLES ONLY” in conspicuous places at the service panel/sub-panel and along the conduit
    raceway

Save 50% of your project costs. Up to $2,000 per level 2 station.

After charging at home, the workplace is the most important secondary charge point for EV drivers. However, workplaces can face barriers to deploying EV charging due to the technical requirements and associated costs. The Workplace Incentive is intended to help address the financial burden for workplaces to support increased EV adoption. In this program stream, applicants submit an initial application to reserve an incentive, and then only receive the reimbursement incentive once all work is completed and paid for, and final application requirements are met.

Providing workplace EV charging creates access to EV charging for employees who do not have home charging, demonstrates the employer’s leadership and commitment to employees and customers, supports employer goals for improving employee commuting practices and reducing carbon emissions.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

This Program is open to B.C. residents, B.C. registered companies, building owners, managers, or other building representatives (such as strata councils) who reside or have oversight of an eligible workplace or building. The workplace property may be owned or leased.

To be considered eligible under this Program, a workplace must:

  • Be located in B.C.
  • Have a minimum of 5 employees that work primarily based on the premises
  • Be constructed no later than August 31, 2019; this incentive is intended for
    retrofit solutions only, new builds are ineligible
  • Have dedicated parking for employees: the incentivized charging stations must
    available for employee use.

The following documentation must be provided at the time of application:

  • A complete copy of the paid itemized receipt for the purchase of an eligible electric vehicle charging station (receipt/invoice must include Canadian dealer/website/retailer name, address and phone number, purchase date and price, product make and model)
  • The paid invoice or itemized receipt for all required labour and construction undertaken by a licensed electrical contractor
  • Paid invoices or itemized receipt for any other eligible costs accrued.
INCENTIVE AMOUNT

The Program will reimburse purchase and installation costs of eligible, new, Level 1 (110/120v) or 2 (208/240v) charging equipment for 50% of eligible costs, up to a maximum of $2,000 per level 1 station and up to a maximum of $4,000 per level 2 station of eligible costs. Total project costs will be capped at $25,000, and multiple site locations will be eligible within the maximum $25,000 incentive cap.

Eligible costs include:

  • Purchase of the charging station
  • Labour and construction costs for the installation of the charging station, and associated conduit by a licensed electrical contractor
  • Site assessments of the building’s requirements and costs to install EV charging
    infrastructure. A site assessment to include:
    o Analysis of electrical capacity
    o Reviewing panel capacity
    o Review physical electrical set up in building and identifying points of interconnection;
  • Identification of potential design options for up to 100% electrification
  • Electrical and other related permits
  • Parking and electrical design to accommodate the charging stations and conduit
  • EV parking signage

Ineligible Costs include, but are not limited to:

  • Installation of non-EV charging infrastructure;

  • Administration such as communication between property management and residents, copy or documentation fees
  • Painting of parking area
  • Monthly or annual subscription fees associated with the charging station
  • Taxes paid on charging station, labour, etc
  • Charging infrastructure already required under regulation, building codes, or other programs
CHARGING STATION REQUIREMENTS

To qualify for the incentive, the charging station must:

  • Be purchased in B.C.
  • Be approved for sale and use in Canada (cUL, cETL, CSA certification)
  • Be Level 2 (208 or 240 Volt) station, and feature a SAE J1772 standard plug head
  • Be purchased, not leased
  • Be a permanent installation
  • Be networked. A networked level 2 charger must be connected to a central
    system via standard internet protocol. The communication to the central system can be either an open protocol (such as OCPP, OpenADR, or other) or a
    proprietary system
  • Be installed by a licensed electrical contractor.

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