Is your Condominium Ready for Electric Vehicle Charging?

Research suggests that 80-90% of charging happens at home. This is easier said than done for condominium residents who face legal and logistical hurdles that make installing a charging station difficult.

In collaboration with the Canadian Condominium Institute - Toronto Chapter and WWF Canada, Plug'n Drive has prepared this guide to equip condo boards, property developers and condo residents with the information they need to install electric vehicle charging stations.

Enabling EV Charging in Condominums Guide (Produced by Plug'n Drive)

Electric Vehicles: Challenge or Opportunity (Signature Electric Blog)

For British Columbian Residents: Plug-in BC

Some Benefits of Installing Charging Stations

Tenant Retention/Attraction

The EV buying demographic is a growing segment of the population who are passionate about their cars. Ultimately, their choice of property will come down to where they can charge. It is important that property developers prepare for EV charging stations for current and future residents.

LEED Accreditation

New buildings are encouraged to install charging stations as part of their design and are rewarded with up to three LEED points from the Canada Green building Council.


Installing a charging station is the perfect way to demonstrate leadership and commitment to sustainability.

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