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Environment and Climate Change Strategy

Clean infrastructure benefits people in northern, coastal, central B.C.

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Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy

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Media Contacts

Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy

Media Relations
250 953-3834

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Electric vehicle charging station locations

Investment from the CleanBC Communities Fund and Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program will help build 55 Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations located in 25 communities across northern and central B.C.

EV charging stations will be located in the following jurisdictions:

  • 100 Mile House (two stations)
  • Ashcroft (two stations)
  • Barriere (two stations)
  • Burns Lake (one station)
  • Granisle (one station)
  • Haida Gwaii – Masset (one station); Tow Hill (one station); Sandspit (one station); Queen Charlotte (one station)
  • Houston (one station)
  • Kitimat (two stations)
  • Logan Lake (two stations)
  • McBride (four stations)
  • Nisga’a Nation (five stations)
  • Prince George (12 stations)
  • Prince Rupert (two stations)
  • Quesnel (two stations)
  • Smithers (two stations)
  • Stellat’en First Nation (one station)
  • Stewart (one station)
  • Sun Peaks (two stations)
  • Terrace (two stations)
  • Valemount (two stations)
  • Vanderhoof (two stations)
  • Village of Hazelton (one station)

When combined with additional investments in EV charging stations across mid-Vancouver Island, the provincial and federal governments are adding a total of 83 new Level 2 EV charging stations across B.C.