Apply for a rebate for a Level 2 electric vehicle charger

  • For personal residences
  • For multi-unit residential or commercial buildings
  • For municipal and First Nation government buildings

The Good Energy Program offers rebates for Level 2 electric vehicle chargers installed at personal residences, commercial or multi-residential buildings and municipal or First Nation government-owned buildings.


  1. For personal residences

    Eligibility

    Eligible chargers

    We consider all dual-port charging stations to be 1 charging station for this rebate.

    Eligible chargers must be:

    • designated Level 2;
    • 240 volt plug with output power between 3 kilowatt and 20 kilowatt; and
    • WiFi enabled.

    Eligible applicants

    • Property owners with residences or buildings located in Yukon.
    • Only 1 rebate per personal residence.

    Rebate amount

    50% of the purchase and installation costs up to a maximum of $750 for 1 charger at a personal residence. This includes:

    • single detached homes;
    • duplexes;
    • triplexes; and
    • mobile homes.

    The rebate is based on costs related to the installation for:

    • equipment;
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades;
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    Find out if you need to upgrade your electrical system

    • Get an electrician to confirm if there's sufficient space for an electric vehicle charger on the electrical panel and service line to add an electric vehicle charger.
    • Call your utility (ATCO Electric Yukon or Yukon Energy Corporation) to determine if a service upgrade is needed.
    • Get a qualified electrician to complete the installation and get a copy of the electrical inspection report.

    Apply for the rebate

    Apply online

    This is a newly launched service from the Government of Yukon. You’re welcome to try it out and if you encounter an occasional broken link or error message – let us know through the contact information listed on this platform. Your feedback will help us improve the service.

    To apply online, you’ll need to create an account.

    Apply for your rebate

    Other ways to apply

    1. Complete and sign the application form.
    2. Attach the required documents:
      • copies of your receipts or invoices with no balance owing;
      • specifications sheet of the charging station(s) installed; and
      • a copy of your electrical inspection report.
    3. Submit your application to the Energy Branch.
      In person: Energy Solutions Centre, 206A Lowe Street, Whitehorse. Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
      Email: energy@yukon.ca
      Mail:
      Government of Yukon
      Energy Branch (EMR-206)
      Box 2703
      Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
    4. You'll receive a rebate cheque in the mail within 12 weeks.

    Electric vehicle charging stations

    The Government of Yukon is electrifying the Yukon’s roadways by installing electric vehicle fast charging stations in all road-accessible Yukon communities. These fast charging stations are available for public use.

    See map of charging stations.


  2. For multi-unit residential or commercial buildings

    Eligibility

    Eligible buildings

    Our multi-unit residential and commercial rebate covers:

    • multi-unit residential buildings;
    • apartments;
    • commercial buildings;
    • other work buildings; and
    • institutional buildings, such as:
      • churches;
      • community centres; and
      • buildings owned by societies.

    If your building type is not listed above, contact us and we can let you know if the rebate applies. Email energy@yukon.ca.

    Eligible chargers

    We consider all dual-port charging stations to be 1 charging station for this rebate.

    Eligible chargers must be:

    Eligible applicants

    • Property owners with buildings located in Yukon.
    • A maximum of 10 chargers per building.

    Rebate amount

    75% of total costs up to a maximum of $7,500 per installed charger.

    This offer is available until March 31, 2024, and is subject to available funding.

    The rebate is based on costs related to the installation for:

    • equipment;
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades;
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    Find out if you need to upgrade your electrical system

    • Get an electrician to confirm if there's enough space for an electric vehicle charger on the electrical panel and service line to add an electric vehicle charger.
    • Contact the Energy Branch and your electrician to learn about infrastructure upgrades you could do to make your building electric-vehicle ready. This can help you install future chargers at a lower cost.
    • Call your utility (ATCO Electric Yukon or Yukon Energy Corporation) to determine if a service upgrade is needed.
    • Get a qualified electrician to complete the installation and get a copy of the electrical inspection report.

    Apply for the rebate

    Contact us for the Level 2 electric vehicle charger for multi-unit residential, commercial or institutional buildings. Email energy@yukon.ca.

    Yukon's carbon rebate: Super Green Credit for businesses

    If your business invests in green technologies and equipment, you may also be eligible for a Super Green Credit. This credit is available as part of the Yukon’s carbon rebate program.

    Learn more about the Yukon's carbon rebate and the Super Green Credit.

    Electric vehicle charging stations

    The Government of Yukon is electrifying the Yukon’s roadways by installing electric vehicle fast charging stations in all road-accessible Yukon communities. These fast charging stations are available for public use.

    See map of charging stations.


  3. For municipal and First Nation government buildings

    Eligibility

    Eligible buildings

    • Municipal and First Nation owned-buildings located in Yukon.
    • A maximum of 10 chargers per building.

    Eligible chargers

    Eligible chargers must be:

    Rebate amount

    90% of total costs up to a maximum of $9,000 per installed charger.

    This offer is available until March 31, 2024, and is subject to available funding.

    The rebates is based on costs related to the installation for:

    • equipment;
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades;
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    Find out if you need to upgrade your electrical system

    • Get an electrician to confirm if there's enough space for an electric vehicle charger on the electrical panel and service line to add an electric vehicle charger.
    • Contact the Energy Branch and your electrician to learn about infrastructure upgrades you could do to make your building electric-vehicle ready. This can help you install future chargers at a lower cost.
    • Call your utility (ATCO Electric Yukon or Yukon Energy Corporation) to determine if a service upgrade is needed.
    • Get a qualified electrician to complete the installation and get a copy of the electrical inspection report.

    Apply for the rebate

    Contact us for the Level 2 electric vehicle charger for municipal or First Nation government-owned buildings. Email energy@yukon.ca.

    Electric vehicle charging stations

    The Government of Yukon is electrifying the Yukon’s roadways by installing electric vehicle fast charging stations in all road-accessible Yukon communities. These fast charging stations are available for public use.

    See map of charging stations.