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Our city is becoming more sustainable and resilient. The City's Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy identifies how we can make it easier for people to own an electric vehicle and will ultimately help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is one of the City’s top priorities. Our transportation choices play a critical role in helping us achieve our goals. Walking, biking and taking transit are all ways to reduce our environmental impact. We know that cars will continue to be a part of Edmonton’s transportation system but we need to think about how we can shift away from fossil fuels and towards electrification. Electric vehicles are one way to limit our environmental impact from personal vehicles.


The EV Charger and E-Bike (ECEB) rebates are part of the City's Change for Climate program. Please be sure to read the ECEB Participation Guide. If you have any questions about the application, please contact

E-Bike Rebate

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Looking to purchase an e-bike? If you're an Edmonton resident, you could get a rebate of 30% of your purchase price of an e-bike to a maximum rebate of $750.

UPDATE: Thank you for your interest in the E-Bike Rebate Program. We have received an overwhelming response to this program and current funding has now been expended. We will not be accepting any more applications for E-Bike rebates at this time. If you have already applied, your application will be assessed and rebates will be determined on a first come, first served basis.

If you have questions about e-bikes, check out our FAQs.

EV Charger Rebate

electric vehicle charger plug

Installing a Level 2 EV charger in your Edmonton home or business? Get a rebate of 50% of the cost to a maximum of $600 for existing residential, $300 for new residential—check out the qualifying products list for residential installations—and $2,000 for existing commercial.

Read the terms and conditions in the ECEB Participation Guide and apply within 60 days of purchase. If the contractor will be applying on your behalf, be sure to complete the consent form.

Electric Vehicle Rebate (Federal)

Interested in purchasing an electric vehicle? Now's the time! The federal government is offering a zero-emissions vehicle rebate of up to $5,000 until 2021.

If you have questions about EVs, check out our FAQ.

Charging Stations

Can't see the map? Try the Tableau Map.

Mobile apps to help you find a charging station

Learn more about charging your vehicle with our FAQs.


Video Gallery

EV Charging Projects

Electric Vehicle Home and Workplace Charging Study

The Electric Vehicle Home and Workplace Charging Study assessed opportunities to accelerate the deployment of EV charging infrastructure across Alberta. It builds upon the City of Calgary’s Climate Resilience Strategy and the City of Edmonton’s Energy Transition Strategy, which call for increased EV adoption to meet their climate and economic development goals. EV charging infrastructure at homes and workplaces is critical for ensuring that drivers have reliable, convenient and affordable access to electricity as a transportation fuel where they live and work.

ATCO Electric Vehicle Curbside Project

As part of the five-year project, ATCO is installing up to 5 dual-port Level 2 curbside charging stations on-street curbside City parking spaces. The cost to charge your electric vehicle will be $2.50 per hour plus parking fees.

For More Information

EV Charger and E-Bike Rebates


855-276-3501 (toll free)


City Environmental Strategies

9th Floor Edmonton Tower
10111-104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
T5J 0J4


In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311


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