Installing Your Charger

Charging stations have similar electrical requirements to a clothes dryer or stove (240 Volts/30 Amps) and any licensed electrician can install them. The cost to install a charging station can vary dramatically from case to case and we strongly advise having two or three electricians visit and assess your property to provide an installation quote. The links below can help you find a licensed electrician in your area.

Alberta: Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta

British Columbia: Electrical Contractors Association of British Columbia

Manitoba: Electrical Association of Manitoba

New Brunswick: Electrical Contractors Association of New Brunswick

Nova Scotia: No industry association. Contact Nova Scotia Power.

Newfoundland: No industry association. Contact Newfoundland Power.

Ontario: Electrical Safety Authority

Québec: Corporation des Maîtres Électriciens du Québec

Saskatchewan: Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan

Although informing your local electricity provider that you are installing a charging station is not mandatory, we do recommend it. This will help them monitor the grid impact of electric vehicles and upgrade local transformers if necessary. If you do not know who your local electricity provider is, ask us at: