ChargeWR | Resources
Find a charger
There are a few resources you can use to find a charging station locally or across the country. Here a few!
Social enterprise that functions as an informational website for sustainable energy technologies.
Natural Resources Canada develops policies and programs that enhance the contribution of the natural resources sector to the economy, improve the quality of life for all Canadians and conduct innovative science in facilities across Canada to generate ideas and transfer technologies.
A free EV driver’s app for iOS, Android, and web, allowing users to find charging stations, leave reviews, and connect with other plug-in vehicle owners.
Find an EV Available in Canada
Plug N’ Drive provides an up to date list of personal EVs available for purchase.
Incentives and Grants
At eMERGE we are working hard to “normalize” EV use in a way that engages a broader part of our community. We need to be speaking to much more than the environmentally committed – like you. We also want to find ways that make people laugh but take us seriously. Climate change is serious business, but we need to find joy along the way.
The Golden Horseshoe chapter (formerly GHEVA) serves the Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, and Niagara regions. With over 100 members⁄subscribers, we work with various community and environmental groups at outreach and education events to share the EV experience and to accelerate the transition to EVs. Our meetings and events are open to curious EV novices and industry experts alike.
The EV Owners Club is set to learn from and support owners of all electric vehicle brands. We are not a replacement for your regional EV association or club and we encourage you to join your regional club to meet other owners in your area.
The Waterloo Region Electric Vehicle Association (WREVA) is the EV owners group in Waterloo Region that actively promotes electric vehicles. We collaborate with WREVA on a number of events and activities. An example is the National Drive Electric Week (NDEW), WREVA leads the organization and we closely collaborate with them to promote and ensure the success of the event. In 2017, more than 400 people attended the event held at Kitchener City Hall.