Canadian ZEV Market
Policy & Surveys
ChargePoint is one of the few networks with chargers in all 10 provinces. (1)
Electrify Canada is one of the fastest public charging network in Canada letting capable vehicles charge in as little as 30 minutes
The majority of the stations are located near the Trans-Canada highway (1)
FLO operates a complete EV charging network for drivers to plug in wherever they are – at home, at work and on the go.
Its chargers are mostly located in Ontario and British Columbia. (1)
Tesla Destination Charging in Canada
The Electric Circuit is Canada’s first public charging network for electric vehicles. The stations are installed in the parking lots of the Circuit’s numerous partners across Québec and in Eastern Ontario.
Ontario’s Ivy Charging Network is one of the newer names in Canadian EV charging. It is a product of a partnership between Ontario Power Generation and Hydro One. (1)
The BC Hydro EV network currently has over 70 fast charging stations across B.C., and there are more on the way.
The New Brunswick eCharge Network is interoperable with Quebec's Electric Circuit and the FLO charging network across Canada.
Built along the Trans-Canada Highway from Greater St. John’s to Port aux Basques, the network includes a mix of Level 2 and Level 3 charging outlets.
FLO is the network operator of Peaks to Prairies, a community-driven initiative to deploy a network of EV chargers in southern Alberta. (1)
BC Hydro — along with FortisBC utility — are the owners and operators of Accelerate Kootenays. The chargers are located in the region of Kootenays. Launched in 2018, the network has 13 DC fast chargers and 40 Level 2 chargers.
EcoCharge is a network of 100 fast charging stations located throughout Quebec and New Brunswick. EcoCharge makes life easier by allowing you to charge your vehicle while you shop for groceries at one of the 50 IGA partner sites.
Co-op Connect is one of Canada’s newest regional charging networks. Its 21 DC fast chargers are distributed over 12 locations along the Trans-Canada Highway in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, all at existing Co-op retail locations. (1)
ChargeHub is a vibrant community of more than 100,000 users and a dedicated team committed to improving the charging experience from the home to public places.
PlugShare is a free application that allows users to find charging stations,It provides the most accurate and complete public charging map worldwide, with stations from every major network in North America and Europe.
ABetterRouteplanner is a popular consumer EV route planner. ABRP is free to use and has a Premium membership to get access to all the most advanced stuff such as CarPlay, live traffic, and realtime charger data.
Electric Charging and Alternative Fuelling Stations Locator