Vancouver electric Car charging Station
The City of Vancouver, the most populous city in British Columbia, has public charging stations within 15km (level 2 and level 3). of the EV charging stations throughout the city are level 2 charging stations and of the stations offer free charging for your electric car.
In 2014, the City won the FCM Sustainable Communities Award (Transportation) for its electric vehicle program. Whether you go to the Granville Island Public Market, the Vancouver Aquarium or to the VanDusen Botanical Garden you will find many Level 2 charging stations along your route.
Several charging networks are in operation in the City of Vancouver, such as ChargePoint, SemaCharge and Sun Country Highway. You can find out more about these charging networks (policies, pricing and registration information) by visiting our Networks section.
In this city, electric cars displaying a decal issued by the Province of British Columbia are allowed in reserved HOV lanes (High Occupancy Vehicle) without having to carry two or more people. Electric car drivers must apply to the BC Electric Vehicles in HOV lanes program to receive their decal.
With the ChargeHub charging stations map you have all the information you need about Vancouver’s public charging infrastructure. The charging stations description gives you the address, the type of connector, the network, the price and a lot more.