Apply for a rebate for a Level 2 electric vehicle charger

  • Homeowners
  • Businesses and non-government organizations
  • Municipalities and First Nations governments

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 governments-owned buildings.


  1. Homeowners

    Eligibility

    Eligible chargers

    Eligible chargers and supply equipment must:

    • have a power supply between 208 and 240 volt;
    • have Wi-Fi capability; and
    • be certified by:
      • Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC);
      • Canadian Standards Association (CSA); or
      • Electrical Testing Laboratories Canada (cETL).

    Eligible applicants

    Property owners with residences located in the Yukon.

    Rebate amount

    50 per cent of the purchase and installation costs up to a maximum of $1,500 for per 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 (including load sharing or smart splitting devices);
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades (panel, wirings and new poles);
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for installation and required upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    We consider all dual-port chargers to be 1 charger for this rebate.

    A maximum of 2 chargers per personal residence can qualify for a rebate over the lifetime of the program.

    Before you begin

    • Determine if you need to upgrade your electrical system. Call your utility (ATCO Electric Yukon or Yukon Energy Corporation).
    • Confirm if the electrical panel and service line can support an electric vehicle charger. Consult an electrician.
    • If you make electrical upgrades or changes, you must get a final electrical inspection.
    • Contact the Energy Branch with your questions by emailing [email protected].

    Apply for the rebate

    Apply online

    To apply online, you’ll need to:

    • create an account on the Good Energy rebates website; and
    • add details about your home.

    Your receipts and invoices must be dated within 1 year of submitting your rebate application.

    Apply for your rebate

    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. Businesses and non-government organizations

    Eligibility

    Eligible buildings

    Our rebate covers the following buildings located in the Yukon:

    • apartments;
    • multi-unit residential buildings;
    • commercial buildings; and
    • community buildings, such as:
      • churches; and
      • community centres.

    Your building type is not listed? Email [email protected] and we’ll let you know if the rebate applies.

    Eligible chargers

    Eligible chargers or supply equipment must:

    • have a power supply between 208 and 240 volt;
    • equipped with a SAE J1772 standard plug head or adapter (for exceptions, contact the Energy Branch);
    • be network enabled; and
    • be certified by:
      • Underwriters Laboratories (UL);
      • Canadian Standards Association (CSA); or
      • Electrical Testing Laboratories-Canada (cETL).

    Eligible applicants

    • Property owners such as businesses or non-government organizations with buildings located in the Yukon.
    • Lease holding businesses or non-government organizations with approval from the building owner.

    Rebate amount

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

    The rebate is for a maximum of 20 chargers per building.

    We consider all dual-port chargers to be 1 charger for this rebate.

    This offer is available until March 31, 2025, and is subject to available funding.

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

    • equipment (including load sharing or smart splitting devices);
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades (panel, wirings and new poles);
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for installation and required upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    Before you begin

    • Determine if you need to upgrade your electrical system.
    • Confirm if the electrical panel and service line can support an electric vehicle charger. Consult an electrician
    • If you make electrical upgrades or changes, you must get a final electrical inspection.
    • Contact the Energy Branch with your questions by emailing [email protected].

    Apply online

    To apply online, you’ll need to:

    • create an account on the Good Energy rebates website; and
    • add details about your home.

    Your receipts and invoices must be dated within 1 year of submitting your rebate application.

    Apply for your rebate

    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. Municipalities and First Nations governments

    Eligibility

    Eligible buildings

    Municipal and First Nations governments owned-buildings located in the Yukon.

    Eligible chargers

    Eligible chargers or supply equipment must:

    • have a power supply between 208 and 240 volt;
    • equipped with a SAE J1772 standard plug head or adapter (for exceptions, contact the Energy Branch);
    • be network enabled; and
    • be certified by:
      • Underwriters Laboratories (UL);
      • Canadian Standards Association (CSA); or
      • Electrical Testing Laboratories-Canada (cETL).

    Eligible applicants

    • Municipalities and First Nations governments or development corporations that own buildings located in the Yukon.
    • Lease holding municipalities and First Nations governments or development corporations with approval from the building owner.

    Rebate amount

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

    The rebate is for a maximum of 20 chargers per building.

    We consider all dual-port chargers to be 1 charger for this rebate.

    This offer is available until March 31, 2025, and is subject to available funding.

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

    • equipment (including load sharing or smart splitting devices);
    • labour;
    • electrical upgrades (panel, wirings and new poles);
    • construction; and
    • contracting or professional expenses for installation and required upgrades to supporting infrastructure.

    Before you begin

    • Determine if you need to upgrade your electrical system.
    • Confirm if the electrical panel and service line can support an electric vehicle charger. Consult an electrician.
    • If you make electrical upgrades or changes, you must get a final electrical inspection.
    • Contact the Energy Branch with your questions by emailing [email protected].

    Apply online

    To apply online, you’ll need to:

    • create an account on the Good Energy rebates website; and
    • add details about your home.

    Your receipts and invoices must be dated within 1 year of submitting your rebate application.

    Apply for your rebate

    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.


Contact 

If you have questions, email [email protected] or phone 867-393-7063, toll-free in the Yukon, 1-800-661-0408 and ask to be transferred.