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Canada’s auto manufacturing companies, importers, and dealers are moving aggressively to introduce a full range of new electric vehicles (EVs) for Canadians. Incentive supports and charging infrastructure for Canadians are the keys to EV adoption and governments need to do more. This dashboard illustrates the incentive and charging gaps that need to be addressed if EV adoption is to keep pace with climate change targets.


The auto sector is calling on governments across Canada to be more ambitious and accountable to Canadians on the availability of sufficient consumer incentives to help offset the higher cost of EVs and accessible EV charging infrastructure to make EV driving practical for all Canadians, whether they live in apartments with limited charging options or in rural areas with longer highway commutes.


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  • EVSE Port: An EVSE port provides power to charge only one vehicle at a time even though it may have multiple connectors. The unit that houses EVSE ports is sometimes called a charging post, which can have one or more EVSE ports.

  • DC Fast:  A fast charger, typically rated for a minimum of 50 kW power output.

  • Chargers needed to support fleet if 50% ZEV: Calculated at 1:7 ratio at 50 per cent of the provincial light duty vehicle fleet in 2019 (vehicle registration data from Statistics Canada). Ratio derived from CEC AB 2127 Report of July 14, 2021.

  • Public charging infrastructure: Data from NRCan Electric Charging and Alternative Fuelling Stations Locator, May 2022.

  • Level 2 – Typically rated for a minimum of 3.3 kW power output.

  • Exchange rate – All figures in CAD. Calculated at 1 USD to 1.28 CAD.

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