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Tuesday August 8 2023

Electric vehicle charging stations: What’s new in the “Roulez vert” program

Last April, several changes were made to each of the program’s components.

All five components of the program have been enhanced, representing another step forward in speeding up the adoption of electric cars in Quebec and the addition of home charging infrastructure! Are you aware of these changes?

We spoke to William Lemay-Choquette, Murbly*, Charging Solution Advisor, to find out more about these new features.

 

In multi-residential, Murbly points out that there have been several additions and increases in financial assistances:

  • Addition of multi-residential with three or four units built before October 1ᵉʳ, 2018 among eligible buildings.
  • Addition of eligible expenses relating to:
    – professional services fees for the design of charging solutions and the preparation of plans and specifications,
    – the cost of acquiring a device or software to manage the energy consumed for charging electric vehicles,
    – the cost of permits required to carry out installation work,
  • Increase in the maximum financial assistance available per fiscal year and per type of eligible applicant and building.

Read more about each program component here (Available in French only).

Find out more about all the components on the Quebec government website by clicking here.

 

Here are the improvements for multi-unit residential buildings in comparison with old normative framework:

Maximum financial assistance per year:
3 to 9 units: $20,000
(formerly: 5 to 9: $10,000)

10 to 19 units: $40,000
(formerly: $20,000)

20 units or more: $49,000
(formerly: $25,000)

Eligible buildings

Buildings with 3 or more units
(formerly 5 or more)

Use of installed charging stations

Can be used by visitors to the eligible applicant if priority access remains with residents (formerly: for residents only)

Eligible expenses

Additions:

  • Professional service fees for the design of charging solutions and the preparation of plans and specifications
  • Costs of acquiring a device or software to manage the energy consumed by electric vehicle charging
  • Cost of permits required for installation work

The Murbly team reminds you that this new normative framework has been in effect since April 18, 2023, and will terminate upon the occurrence of the first of the following events:

    • The budget allocated to the program priority or action is fully committed, OR
    • The Ministère de l’Environnement, de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques, de la Faune et des Parcs (MELCCFP) decides to terminate the program, OR
    • March 31, 2026. 

 

To make things easier and to keep you informed, you can download free sample documents and surveys, as well as relevant information resources, at murbly.com

 

See all the details of the “Roulez vert” program: 

 

Other useful resources for you information

  • *Murbly is an information platform, developed by RVE, to help condominium owners have access to electric vehicle charging at home. It offers information resources, tools, and strategies to facilitate the installation of electric vehicle charging stations in co-ownership buildings. Their role is to support co-ownership syndicates in their project to install charging infrastructure. The team works alongside members of the boards of directors to suggest an approach to the implementation of the project based on the reality and issues specific to each building.
  • The Hydro-Québec electric vehicle charging for multi-unit residential buildings guide. It provides advice on how to proceed, installation and use conditions, and available solutions (see page 31: installation in a co-ownership or apartment building).
  • The Quebec government’s Roulez vert program “Roulez vert” is a Quebec government program that encourages the acquisition of electric vehicles and the installation of charging stations through the granting of financial assistance.
  • Our previous Blog post “Bornes de recharge pour véhicules électriques: le point sur les programmes de subventions pour les syndicats.” (Available in French only

 

 

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